5 pandemic-friendly things to do in Montreal today: Wednesday, July 7

Jul 7 2021, 4:30 am

As you set your sights towards the latter half of the week, here are a few things to do in Montreal today, July 7.

There’s a Habs party, a cool underwater exhibit, and more as the weekend creeps towards the horizon.

All of the events listed below are following the government’s COVID-19 protocols and ensure client and staff member safety.

Canadiens Game 5 viewing party

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After Monday’s exciting Game 4 victory, the Montreal Canadiens attempt to make history as they take on the Tampa Bay Lightning in Game 5 of the Stanley Cup Finals.

The viewing party is free, but you need to register online.

When: Wednesday, July 7
Time: 8 pm
Where: Place des Festivals
Price: Free

ECOSYSTEM

We’ve spent a lot of time inside over the past 15 months, and now you can spend it underwater.

A new exhibition at the Society for Arts & Technology (SAT) offers guests a calming and trippy dive into the immersion of the seabed, offering a soundscape we don’t often get to hear.

When: From now until August 21
Time: 5 pm – 6:30 pm – 8 pm
Where: Satosphere, SAT – 1201 St Laurent Boulevard
Price: $20, available online

Biodôme Montreal

 

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After being closed for more than two years for renovations (and a pandemic), the Biodôme de Montréal has finally reopened.

Using some elements from Biodôme’s original 1976 design, guests can now observe the birds in the Tropical Rainforest from treetop level, enter a beaver lodge, and really experience what subpolar cold feels like – just like the penguins.

Walk through replicas of four ecosystems found in the Americas without even leaving the island.

When: Every day
Time: 9 am to 6 pm
Where: 4777 Pierre-de Coubertin Avenue
Price: 
$8.25 – $16.50, available online

Voiles en Voiles

 

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Ahoy matey!

Channel your inner Jack Sparrow and climb through giant pirate ships in Old Montreal as part of a high-flying obstacle course.

Prices range from $19 to $54 per person, based on which type of swashbuckling adventure you choose.

When: Every day
Time: 10 am – 6 pm
Where: Place des Vestiges, Old Montreal
Price: $19 – $54 (varies per age and activity), available online

Oasis Surfing

 

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This surf spot in the South Shore has an indoor wave pool so you can surf (and learn to surf) for relatively cheap.

You know, instead of flying to the Caribbean.

Surf’s up, dudes and dudettes!

When: Wednesday, July 7
Time: 11:30. am- 9 pm
Where: 9520 Boulevard Leduc Suite 01, Brossard
Price: Varies per age and time, available online

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