THE ANIMALS OF BONSECOURS ISLAND

Posted on August 26th, 2010 by .

Love animals? Run down to the Old Port.  The photos are fabulous!

On Bonsecours Island (sounds like a pirate place, non?) at the Quais / piers of Old Montreal’s port area, there are 140 of the best animal photos in the world.  Fifty of these are being shown for the first time.  The exposition also has a video, which is really great to watch.  The show is a partnership between the famed Smithsonian Institute in Washington, the National Geographic Collection, and the renowned international photographer Vincent Munier.  It’s fun for everyone.  And the animal photos are amazing.  They should be.  Vincent has been awarded the Wildlife Photographer of the Year Award – three times!

DETAILS

www.etat-sauvage.com

Bonsecours Island, Old Port Métro: Champs des Mars

Admission:

Adults $12

Children and 65+ $8

Children 0-5 free

Family of 4 – $35

Hours

Sunday – Wednesday 11 – 7 pm

Thursday – Saturday 11 – 9 pm

Until September 6, 2010

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