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ZOO ECOMUSEUM - Randonnée pédestre

Montréal, Québec


Difficulté Easy
Distance 2 KM


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(514) 457-9449
21125 Ch Ste-Marie, Sainte-Anne-de-Bellevue, QC H9X 3Y7, Canada

Note et commentaires

Lizzie Ranallo
Lizzie Ranallo
This is the best place ever! Rain or shine, I love going! The walk ways are tidy and the animals seem happy and well cared for. The enclosures for the animals are fairly sized plus they're always adding improvements to ensure the comfort of the animals! The staff are very friendly and knowledgeable of the animals they care for. Well worth a year membership if you visit over three times a year!
Dennis Wallace
Dennis Wallace
Their mission is heart warming. It is fun to see all these amazing rescued animals. I make it a mission to visit at least once a year just to encourage them. A humble little zoo with a lot of heart.
Charles Dodson
Charles Dodson
Love coming here with young kids. Very easy to get around and see everything. Local and rescued animals only so don't expect to see giraffes and lions. They have presentations every hour or so do you can visit the animals in action. I love how they encourage that you bring your own food too! They have both covered and outdoor lunch areas equipped with microwaves, sinks and vending machines for snacks. My kids are 4 and 1.5 and they had a great time. You can see everything in abt 2 hours.
Stanley Kelley
Stanley Kelley
Cheap prices, great cause and cute animals! Definitely something you should visit if you like animals. They also have really nice things in the souvenir shop. I will be going back again for sure.
Angel Gibbs
Angel Gibbs
I think that “zoo” might be a bit of a generous term, if you’re thinking of like, a zoo zoo. This is more of a conservation area style place. They’ve got really great exhibits and animals seem well taken care of. A lot of effort went into recreating their habitats and they’re all animals that would actually be found in Quebec, which was cool. Tickets were really affordable and it’s a pretty great way to spend a couple of hours.

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