In Partnership

Description

This is an opportunity for the whole group to enjoy an enriching experience. Visit two museums in the same day and participate in thematic workshops at each museum.

 

Boréo-Diversité

$13
Taxes included
  • 2 hours at Boréalis
    +
    2 hours at the Musée de la Biodiversité
  • All year

The Science of Magic and Biodiversity

$10 50
Taxes included
  • 1.5 hours at the Centre de demonstrations en sciences
    +
    2 hours at the Musée de la Biodiversité
  • October to May

Abenaki and Biodiversity

$11
Taxes included
  • 2 hours at the Musée des Abénakis
    +
    2 hours at the Musée de la Biodiversité
  • All year

Reservations

To make a group reservation, contact Isabelle Denis, head of activities, at 819 222-5665 ext. 4 or at centre@biodiversite.net. We recommend booking several months in advance. You do not need to make a deposit.

The minimum number of participants is 15 people. A deal is offered on every 20 participants.

Suggested activities

Biodyssey

A new visual, participative, and creative workshop to teach participants that biodiversity is all around us in different forms and that everyone can help to protect it. The workshop contains 90 magnets and three boards representing different ecosystems. The workshop can be adapted depending on the school grade to include discussion, games, and awareness. For example, the available material can address many issues, such as pollution or human impact on the environment.

Duration: 20 à 60 minutes
Indoor activity

Journey to the bottom of the St. Lawrence and H20 Room

Dive into the waters of the river in the Journey to the Bottom of the St. Lawrence multimedia experience to discover the phenomenon of the tides, the geography of the river and the importance of aquatic species. End the tour in the H2O Room to observe and identify the fish and turtle species of Quebec.

Duration: 60 to 90 minutes
Indoor activity
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Migrations in peril

Using a backlit map of animal migrations at risk, the group can have discussions, solve problems, and offer interpretations through a matching game. The goal of this activity is to better understand what migrations are, human impact on them, and how to protect endangered species.

Motivated to work in groups participants are entrusted with different migratory species to encourage discussion. Can bad weather harm them? Are humans also to blame? What about pollution? What can we do as individuals or as a society? Are you ready to migrate towards sustainable solutions?

Duration: 40 to 60 minutes
Indoor activity

Outdoor and indoor play space

Variety of fun games related to animals and nature for different groups.

Duration: 20 to 60 minutes
Outdoor activity

Sensory challenges

Games with different skill levels to challenge our senses of touch, smell, sight, and hearing.

Indoor activity

The return of the giants of prehistory

Leap back in time to discover the earliest humans, their way of life, and the domestication of fire. Explore the world of extinct giant mammals like the woolly mammoth and the smilodon, and finish your journey through time with dinosaurs and fossils. Observe and handle replicas.

Duration: 60 to 90 minutes
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Urban fauna, odd neighbours!

Discover and observe the lives and habits of different species of urban fauna, including mammals, birds of prey, and reptiles and amphibians in Quebec. Observe and identify species like raccoons, the striped skunk, the groundhog, the great horned owl, the red-tailed hawk, the American bullfrog, the salamander, and more.

Duration: 60 to 90 minutes
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The museum reserves the right to choose and modify the activities on your schedule.

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