The echo of the Origins at the top of its form!
BÉCANCOUR. The summer season of the Museum of Biodiversity has indeed begun and it promises to be memorable. In addition to regaining normalcy in the presentation of his visits, it is also the 25th anniversary of the museum.
Back for its third edition, the museum’s night circuit, The Echo of Origins, is in its best form. Indeed, as knowledge develops in the field of “interactive”, the more the adventure is improved.
There has been a 15% increase in traffic this year, and it is not about to decrease! Indeed, the circuit is perfected, to a point where the technology is flawless.
More specifically, The Echo of Origins is characterized by the interactivity that is allowed through the interactive branch. This tool allows many things, such as interacting with scenery or other branches, lighting its way at night and even projecting the voice of the guide, the red-headed woodpecker, who animates the evening with his well-placed puns. .
The tour is currently offered Wednesday through Sunday and will be open every day of the week between July 13th and August 14th.
A ton of activities!
During the summer season, the Museum has a ton of activities to offer its visitors.
His traditional exhibition “Urban Wildlife”, which will be open until Thanksgiving, remains a favorite for many. It aims to introduce the animals that live in the museum, in order to tell their story and raise awareness about the impact they have on their hairy neighbors.
Also, the Explo-Discovery circuit with its dinosaurs, reptiles, amphibians and fish, as well as Journey to the bottom of the St. Lawrencethis 360-degree projection will satisfy audiences of all ages.
Nearly a dozen departures take place every day for these guided tours, between 10am and 3pm.