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Visitor Information

To enter Montréal Science Centre and IMAX®TELUS Theatre, anyone over the age of 12 will need to show their vaccination passport when they arrive along with a valid piece of ID. 

The Visitor's Guide explains the health measures in effect at the Centre and includes some tips to help make your visit as fun and safe as possible.

Visitor's Guide

Mini Mondo : The capacity of the space is reduced to help limit the spread of COVID-19. You may have to wait to access the space when you arrive.

 

Schedule

Saturday and Sunday: 10 a.m to 5 p.m

Monday to Friday: 9 a.m to 4 p.m

Holiday Season schedule : Closed December 24, 25, 26 and January 1st. 

Fabrik : Monday to Friday, the room opens to the public at 1:30 pm. 

The time of visit is free, you can stay as long as you want.

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Location

The Montréal Science Centre is located in the Old Port of Montréal, at the foot of St. Laurent Blvd., corner of de la Commune Street (Place-d'Armes metro station).
 

Science Centre Map

See the map

Parking Rates (taxes included)*

0-60 minutes $15
61-120 minutes $20
121 minutes -12 hours $25
12 hours - 24 hours $35
Lost parking passes $35

Ticket available for one entry/exit.

*In case of any discrepancy between the information provided on this website and those provided at the parking gate, the information from the parking gate prevails.

 

Payment Methods

Cash,Visa, Mastercard, American Express, Interac, Google Pay, Apple Pay.

Payment at the exit gate or at the payment terminal before leaving.

Contact us

514 496-1851

stationnement@vieuxportdemontreal.com


Public Transit

By metro

Place d'Armes metro station

By bus

Line 75 de la Commune (McGill / Wellington stop)
Map - Line 75
Schedule - Line 75

Line 55 Saint-Laurent (Saint-Laurent / Saint-Jacques stop)
Map - Line 55
Schedule - Line 55

Line 715 Vieux-Montréal/Vieux-Port
Map - Line 715
Schedule - Line 715

For other options, visit the Montréal public transit website: www.stm.info

Commuter train

Lucien-L’Allier train station is connected to Lucien-L’Allier metro station. The Central Station train station is connected to Bonaventure metro station www.amt.qc.ca

 

Monthly parking

By email: complete the downloadable contract here and send it to us at the email address below.

Online: click here to be directed to our online sales site 

King Edward Quay (Montréal Science Centre)

4 charging points for electric vehicles (free reloading). To access the charging points, you must pay the current price of a parking space, which is not included in the cost of recharging.Four electric vehicle charging stations (free).

Clock Tower Quay

Located at a few minutes away from the Science Centre.

Disabled Parking Permit

Free parking for holders of a disabled parking permit (a total of 28 spots are available on our quays). To exit the parking lot, simply press on the intercom button.

Bus Parking (School and Tour Groups)

Free parking for up to 14 school buses at the Clock Tower Quay parking lot. Free access for groups visiting the Montréal Science Centre. To drop off passengers at the Science Centre, please proceed through the Alexandra Quay. Ask your group sales agent for information:
groupsales@oldportofmontreal.com or 514-496-2281.

Please note: RVs and vehicles with trailers are not allowed in our parking lots.

Accessibility

Free wheelchairs

Wheelchairs are available to ticket holders. Limited quantity.

Hearing Impaired Visitors

An assistive listening system is available at the IMAX®TELUS theatre, as well as a frequency-modulated (FM) signal for visitors with their own device.

Guide accompagnying people with special needs 

This guide was designed to help you plan your visit at the Centre and for easy referral while on site. The guide offers an overview of the Centre’s various environments, the various quiet spots and changing places as well as the content of all our exhibitions. This should help you better choose the activities most suited to you. The guide includes all the information you’ll need to make the very best of your visit!   
 

DOWNLOAD THE GUIDE

On-site catering

 

Café Arsenik

  • The Café Arsenik counter is opened.
  • Sandwiches, quiches, salads, pastries.
  • 22 seats inside + outside terrace.

 

Lunch area

Due to COVID-19, there is currently no place to eat your own meal except on weekends for groups only and by reservation.  However, it is possible to eat outside the Center and then return to the exhibitions. 

Rebates

The Montréal Science Centre is proud to extend these exclusive offers from our partners. 

See rebatES

 

Rules and regulations

1.    Eating and drinking is prohibited in the Montréal Science Centre exhibition halls.

2.    All visitors must pay Montréal Science Centre entry fees.

3.    It is prohibited to film, take photos, and make recordings during an IMAX®TELUS theatre film screening without the authorization of the Corporation.

4.    It is forbidden to surpass the maximum capacity of Montréal Science Centre halls and to obstruct its stairways, passageways, and emergency routes.

5.    Consuming alcohol is not permitted other than in the IMAX®TELUS lobby, at authorized concession stands, and in areas duly designated by the Corporation for special events in keeping with alcohol laws and regulations.

6.    All groups visiting the Montréal Science Centre must be accompanied by group leaders, follow the directives of Corporation employees, respect the time of their visit, and ensure the spaces they use are kept calm and in good order.

7.    Children under 13 years of age visiting the Montréal Science Centre must be accompanied by an adult.

8.    Being naked, bare-footed, or wearing indecent or offensive clothing is forbidden at the Montréal Science Centre. Shoes, pants or shorts, and shirts are mandatory everywhere at the Centre including, but not limited to, inside its buildings.

9.    Animals are prohibited inside the Science Centre building, except for service animals (guide dogs and assistance dogs) whether they are on duty or in training.

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