Biosphere Environmental Museum
Museo en Montreal
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Built in 1967 as interior exhibition space for the Expo 67 World Fair, Montreal’s Biosphere is now an environment museum offering interactive activities and showcasing fascinating exhibitions about all major environmental issues. The building was designed by the visionary architect Buckminster Fuller and built on Saint Helene’s Island, for the Expo 67, after which it was used for recreational activities. In 1976, a fire destroyed the Biosphere’s outer covering and access was banned to the site until 1990. Five years later, the Biosphere was officially opened in its new capacity – a museum which focuses on the environment, especially water and dedicated to the Great Lakes – St. Lawrence eco
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Dirección
160 Chemin Tour-de-l'Isle
Número telefónico
+1 514-283-5000