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The Ecomuseum Zoo is the one and only outdoor zoo on the island of Montreal. It is home to more than 115 species of animals native from Quebec, such as Black Bears, wolves, lynx, eagles, reptiles and amphibians.
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We has a great time visiting the EcoMuseum Zoo today! We were able to walk around the entirety of the outdoor zoo twice within two hours, so we were able to see the animals who were hiding our first time around. This zoo is made...More
Went here on a sunny day (not a good place for rainy days) and looked at the animals. Our 2-year old had a blast. Try to catch the animal feedings. We saw the otters and turtles. Both were cute to watch. I will admit we...More
On our visit to Canada from England our children were keen to see some Canadian wildlife, especially raccoons.
We got our wish but unfortunately arrived at 4pm. Be warned the zoo closes very sharply at 5pm and you are hustled out almost to the point...More
Date of experience: August 2018
emilie_senecal, Responsable relations clients at Zoo Ecomuseum, responded to this reviewResponded 28 August 2018
We're sorry to read that you were disappointed with your visit, but let us reassure you that all the animals in our care have everything they need to ensure their well-being. They all have very natural living spaces that include hiding spots, shade,...More
This is a wonderful, small zoo. Several unique animals including ones native to the area. We went in the afternoon and we did see animals but like other reviewers mentioned, they were less active at that time. It’s probably best to visit earlier in the...More
This was a pleasant surprise on a recent trip to MTL. We didn’t know about this zoo and when we saw the Biodome was closed, we decided to visit here instead and were very happy. Good variety of animals and a good cause. The otters...More
We visited in the winter and it was cold but we loved the fact that the animals are in their natural environnement and outdoors. Make sure you dress up warmly because there is some walking to do. Another advantage is that the zoo is open...More
I only discovered last year and I drop in with my 5 and 7 year old grandchildren at least twice a year. They sell annual memberships as well as day passes. They have injured animals that can no longer be released in the wild. Make...More
We were visiting Montreal for the weekend and having some spare time before driving home came across this place so we stopped by hoping to show our 2 yo some animals... well... about 10 mins in and we’d seen plenty of empty cages, either with...More
I went there on one of the last beautiful fall day. They have mainly local animals.
Black bear, lynx wolves, caribous, artic foxes, but also all the birds, frogs, and snakes.
I had a great time, and spent about 2-3 hrs. It is really a...More
Response from Robert J S | Reviewed this property |
Like people, animals get lethargic when the temp goes up. I would recommend going earlier rather than later in the summer. While I was there a bear was napping in the shade. Feeding time is always good, too.
Response from emilie_senecal | Property representative |
Our entrance prices are $15 per adult and $9 per child (3-15 years old). We are open from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m., but our ticket counter closes at 4 p.m. We have complete washrooms available. If you wish to bring your... More
Our entrance prices are $15 per adult and $9 per child (3-15 years old). We are open from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m., but our ticket counter closes at 4 p.m. We have complete washrooms available. If you wish to bring your own lunch, we have a picnic area and an indoor lunch room.
Restaurants and cafés are available on Ste-Anne-de-Bellevue's boardwalk, which is a 5 minutes drive from the zoo.
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