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May 3, 2016

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Dark Universe / aurorae

Guided activity - Show

UNTIL SEPTEMBER 5 - Double feature: First, explore the visible Universe and the mysterious dark matter. Then, learn about the aurora borealis mystery.
Planetarium Rio Tinto Alcan

Bird Fest

Activity - Demonstration

APRIL 23 TO MAY 15 - The Biodôme celebrates birds! Try to find and identify as many species as possible in the Biodôme's five ecosystems.
Biodôme
 

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Astro Capsules

Guided activity

TUESDAY TO SUNDAY - And what about the Universe? Let our interpreters amaze you as they spontaneously jump in.
Planetarium Rio Tinto Alcan

Atta Ants

Exhibition

TUESDAY TO SUNDAY - The wonderful Atta ants have started gardening again.
Insectarium

Biorama

Activity

UNTIL MAY 5 - Thanks to the new Biorama Introduction Zone, start your adventure off on the right foot!
Biodôme

Birdwatching

Activity

AT ALL TIMES - The diversity and quality of the species of trees and shrubs at the Botanical Garden make it a prime location for birdwatching.
Botanical Garden
TUESDAY TO SUNDAY - Did you know that there are butterfly, penguin and elephant crossings in different parts of the world?
Biodôme
Amphitheatre

Choreographies for Humans and Stars

Activity - Visual arts - Multidisciplinary

AT ALL TIMES - Outdoor interactive work of art by Mongiat and Andraos where the movements of visitors create a poetic projection of the stars onto the Rio Tinto Alcan Planetarium.
Planetarium Rio Tinto Alcan
TUESDAY TO SUNDAY - Discover the Biodôme, where more than 4,800 animals from 230 different species and some 750 plant species await you under one roof.
Biodôme
TUESDAY TO SUNDAY - Space for Life is proud to be exhibiting the poems and flags produced by young readers of the magazines Les Débrouillards and Les Explorateurs.
Biodôme