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Group Activities

Biophère tour guide with audience

Experience the Biosphere as a group!

A unique environment museum in North America, the Biosphere offers group outings which are both fun and rewarding. Its amazing architecture will revive memories of Expo 67! Among eight exhibitions, twelve scientific animations and three films, choose activities that will appeal to your group during a personalized 90 minutes tour.

We welcome all sorts of groups, whether they are retiree groups, students associations or tour operators. We offer a wide range of interactive and educational activities on water, air, biodiversity, climate change, sustainable development and more! Here are some examples of activities that the Biosphere offers you.

ONE | Outfits from a New Era

This exhibition showcases 16 outfits fashioned from garbage. Accompanied by artistic videos, these creative garments show packaging, batteries, salmon skin and other debris from our society in a whole new light! 

+1ºc: What Difference Does It Make?

This exhibition will answer your questions about one of the greatest planetary issues of the 21st century: climate change. Observe meteorological phenomena on a giant, interactive globe, unique in Quebec, and be moved by testimonies of the Inuit people in the short film NANUQ.

Expo 67

Discover the Biosphere, its history and it’s architect Richard Buckminster Fuller, a pioneer of sustainable development.

Visit the real biosphere: Life On The Islands!

With the Île Sainte-Hélène BioKit, you can set off on a hike and use your five senses to explore the island’s flora and fauna. In addition, Geotour 67, two interactive 4-km circuits, offers a virtual tour of the former Expo 67 pavilions, and provides perspective on environmental issues.