Eighty works from the 1760s to today, covering three themes: animals, clowns, and acrobats.
An exhibition featuring 16 antique prints carry through the history of the island discovered by Champlain.
There will be dance and international folk dances at Beaver Lake, every Monday and Thursday evenings.
When technology reveals the past.
The thirty objects presented provide an overview of the last ten years in sports equipment – a little-known sector of industrial design.
Discover the means of transportation used by First Nations and Inuit people through beautiful works of Canadian craftsmanship.
Every Saturday all summer long, the paths at the Botanical Garden is filled with music.
A poem floats among the flowers, a classical tune drifts by on a breeze and suddenly time stops.
Treat your ears to music in the shade of the willows throughout the summer.
Two 3D 360° virtual reality cinematic experiences.
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