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May 23, 2022

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Enjoy a unique experience of the universe through its immersive theatres, where shows both poetic and scientific are presented.
Planetarium Rio Tinto Alcan
 

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TUESDAY TO SUNDAY - Scientists demystify issues related to global warming—especially its effects on human health.

Bio-machine

Exhibition

TUESDAY TO SUNDAY - Visit 23 interactive interpretation stations to find out how Biodôme staff care for animals and plants.
Biodôme

China: Ties to the Land

Exhibition - Visual arts - Photography

MAY 2 TO OCTOBER 31 - In an exhibition displayed in three pavilions of the Chinese Garden, you’ll get to know three rural Chinese families and discover how they make a living from the land. A journey full of beauty and humanity!
Botanical Garden
Friendship Hall - Chinese Garden
EVERY DAY UNTIL SUMMER - Outdoor exhibition of giant photographs from the National Geographic collection. A celebration of colours and diversity on our extraordinary planet.
TUESDAY TO SUNDAY - This 360˚ immersive show about our relationship with nature takes you back to moments spent in nature, from your childhood days to the present.

Dow Planétarium

Exhibition - Visual arts - Painting, drawing and illustration

TUESDAY TO SUNDAY - The exhibition of posters of shows once held at the Dow Planétarium will take you back in time.
Planetarium Rio Tinto Alcan

Ecolab

Exhibition

TUESDAY TO SUNDAY - Channel your inner researcher and learn about environmental science in a brand new interactive lab.

In the Company of Trees

Guided activity - Exhibition

MAY 1 TO OCTOBER 31 - Discover the different relationships that trees nurture and how they manage to communicate. You will see trees in a new way – as members of a broader community.
Botanical Garden
Tree Pavilion