Ecomuseum Zoo 2.5 (reviews)

Sainte-Anne-de-Bellevue, QC Zoos & Wildlife Unclaimed
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About Ecomuseum Zoo

Located on the island of Montreal itself, Ecomuseum Zoo is a private, non-profit, 11.3 hectare educational wildlife park - operated by the St. Lawrence Valley Natural History Society - where the whole family can observe and study the beautiful wildlife of Quebec in their natural habitats, and mingle with the wildlife consistent with the welfare of the animals and your personal safety.

You'll be able to walk through the aviary, share space with the birds, and admire the raptors uninhibited by restrictive netting. Observe the snakes and turtles at your leisure from the ramps and platforms they provide for you!

Ecomuseuem Zoo welcomes non-releasable animals that cannot return to the wild, so they provide them with a safe and loving home! It's cenetred on environment education and the conservation of wildlife and it's natural habitats. Head out on a guided tour and the experienced guides will share their knowledge that will amaze you! 

There's also mini explorers activities that are designed for the little ones, and they can enjoy a self-guided tour at their own place, with educational materials provided for them. You can even have break with the animals! This is a great chance for you to meet the animal and serve it's breakfast. You can choose between the lynx, wolves, otters, fishers or the bear!

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Adults $21.50 high season, $17 low season

Children Ages 3 to 15: $12.75 high season, $10.25 low season

Free Under 2 years

Last Update 2023

Discount Seniors over 65: $17.25 high season, $14 low season

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Ecomuseum Zoo FAQ’s

Doing our bit

The Ecomuseum Zoo is accredited by Canada’s Accredited Zoos and Aquariums (CAZA), a private charitable organization representing the country’s leading zoological parks and aquariums.

Do they have baby facilities?

The path is suitable for strollers and they even have a recommended route on the Ondago mobile app to save you from a passage with stairs in the duck aviary!

I’m Hungry! Can I get food at Ecomuseum Zoo?

Vending machines are available on site for snacks and beverages

Any top tips when visiting?

Check out the calendar of events online so you can put the dates in your diary!

Does Ecomuseum Zoo have a gift shop?

Gift shop on site so make sure you stop by and pick up some fun merchandise and gifts to take home!

Teachers corner

Since 1988, the Ecomuseum Zoo has focused on environmental education. They believe strongly that contact with Québec’s wildlife to help raise awareness in young people, will forge a greener future for generations to come.

Each year, the educational program of the Ecomuseum Zoo reaches thousands of young people through its educational activities at the zoo, in their classroom or in a virtual setting!

Do they have baby facilities?

The path is suitable for strollers and they even have a recommended route on the Ondago mobile app to save you from a passage with stairs in the duck aviary!

Does Ecomuseum Zoo have healthy eating or Vegan options?

It's best to bring a packed lunch as they have an indoor lunch area and an outdoor picnic area (available in May)

Is Ecomuseum Zoo fully accessible?

The presence of guide dogs and other assistance animals is unauthorized at the zoo due to the inherent nature of the organization. A vast majority of the site is wheel-chair accessible.

Any additonal information?

On average, the visit takes approximately 90 minutes to see all the animals and have the chance to observe them. The length of your visit will naturally be longer if you choose to take a break for lunch or a snack.