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NOTE TO VISITORS

Given the rapidly changing health situation and in accordance with the directives of the City of Montreal and the Government of Québec, Espace pour la vie announces the temporary closure of its museums. The Biodôme, the Biosphère, the Jardin botanique greenhouses and the Planétarium Rio Tinto Alcan will remain close to the public for an indefinite period, while the Insectarium is already closed for work. The Jardin botanique's outdoor gardens will remain open in accordance with current health regulations.

Those who have purchased a ticket for either museum will be contacted and given the option of rescheduling their visit or receiving a refund.

Espace pour la vie will keep the public informed of the situation through its social networks.

Health measures in place

We’ve put a number of health measures in place so that all our spaces comply rigorously with the protocol established by the public health department.

To help you properly prepare your visit in the current context, we ask you to take note of the following information.

BEFORE LEAVING

In our concern to ensure a pleasant and safe visit for all, Montréal Space for Life appeals to everyone’s sense of civic responsibility and asks you not to visit the premises if:

  • you have symptoms such as cough, fever, runny nose (unknown reason)
  • you have difficulty breathing
  • you’ve been in contact with someone with COVID-19 in the last 14 days.

I have a ticket for one of the Space for Life museums, what happens to my ticket?
It is currently impossible to know the duration of this temporary closure.

We have contacted all ticket holders to offer them a refund.

I have a Space for Life passport, what will happen?
We will update passport holders on the situation once we have more details.

Jardin botanique’s outdoor gardens

What are the hours of operation for the outdoor gardens?
The outdoor gardens are open daily from 7:30 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. until April 30.

Do I have to book my ticket online to access the Jardin botanique’s outdoor gardens?
No, in low season, access to the outdoor site is free of charge. Thank you for respecting the rules in force.

What activities can I carry out on the Jardin botanique's outdoor site?
Walking, bird watching and cross-country skiing if snow cover allows. Please stay on the open pathways. Snowshoeing is prohibited everywhere in the Jardin botanique.

Do I have to wear a mask in the Jardin botanique’s outdoor gardens?
No. However, social distancing must be respected.

Tips for visiting the Jardin botanique's outdoor gardens

  • Breathing in some fresh air at the Jardin botanique de Montréal is like going to a museum!
  • In order to protect the precious collections of plants and shrubs, it is prohibited to:
    • Touch plants or climb trees;
    • Walk a pet.
  • Help us preserve this jewel by staying on the walking trails or the paved path (for jogging).

Icônes - Mesures spéciales

  1. Stay on the walking trails.
  2. Snowshoeing is prohibited.
  3. Sliding is prohibited. The use of sleds is only allowed on the main trail.
  4. Climbing on rocks, works of art and buildings is prohibited.
  5. Tree climbing is prohibited.
  6. Pets are not welcomed at the Jardin botanique.
  7. Biking is prohibited.
  8. Do not venture out on the lakes.

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