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Découvrez un monde fascinant et fourmillant de vie à l'Insectarium de Montréal. Coléoptères brillants comme des pierres précieuses, phasmes géants, papillons multicolores et araignées impressionnantes attendent les visiteurs, petits et grands.
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This popular tourist attraction is a local favorite! Enjoy the beautiful array of butterflies flutter past you and maybe even land on your shoulder!
Welcome to the Montreal Insectarium! Considered one of the largest insect museums in North America The entrance fee gives also acces to the Botanical Garden.
Love nature? Go visit the Insectarium. Unfortunately, it is currently CLOSED UNTIL 2021
A classic, it’s a great rainy day visit to see all sorts of animals, close to the Biodome, botanical garden and Planetarium
The Montreal Insectarium (French: Insectarium de Montréal) is a natural history museum located in Montreal,featuring a large quantity of insects from all around the world. It is the largest insect museum in North America and among the largest insectariums worldwide.It was founded by Georges Brossard…
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