It consists of a virtual exhibit of five historic periods from 1870 to today.
A blog for teachers and their students introduces the concepts of science journalism.
Discover the history of this fascinating place and observe vestiges of the past through five 360 degree panoramas.
At the controls of your flying camera, free three museums that have lost their access code.
An artistic marvel to explore, as works of the 15th and 16th European art schools are juxtaposed with those of such renowned Québec artists as Joseph Légaré, Marc-Aurèle de Foy Suzor-Coté, and Jean Paul Lemieux.
Fabulous treasures demonstrating richness and diversity of the Museum’s Québec collection. A reading built around three main themes: structure and power, dialogue and communications, and innovation and creation.
Bring the city’s founder back to life, along with his dreams, plans, partners, enemies, and the lands he explored 400 years ago.
Once Upon a Time...
Brave a mysterious forest, slip down secret passageways, or transform into a knight or a fairy. Kids of all ages can recreate the timeless magic of traditional tales or invent new, imaginary worlds!
The Earth’s Unveiled
What are the forces that shape the blue planet? To understand its message, what must we observe, study and evaluate?
The Earth's Unveiled is an interactive, science-based space that allows visitors to discover the Earth’s innermost secrets through games and experiments.