West Island zoo offering free admission on the first Sunday of every month

Sep 3 2020, 1:22 pm

The year 2020 has been pretty rough, and if anything can make us all feel better, it’s cute animals.

The Ecomuseum Zoo in Ste-Anne-de-Bellevue is making it even cheaper to get your animal fix by offering free admission on the first Sunday of every month.

It’s perfect timing too, because this Sunday, September 6, just so happens to be the first of the month.

The Ecomuseum Zoo is the only outdoor zoo on the island of Montreal, and it features a sloth slew of mammals, birds, reptiles, and amphibians, from all over Quebec.

According to the Ecomuseum Zoo website, all of the facility’s animals are either orphaned, rehabilitated, or born under professional human care. “Each living space is a faithful replication of the animal’s natural environment to ensure their comfort and well-being,” says Ecomuseum Zoo. “Take the time to search for them and observe their behavior: you won’t be disappointed!”

 

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Reservation in advance is mandatory for the “Sunday at the Museum” special, and COVID-19 sanitary measures have prohibited groups of more than ten people.

Non-Sunday deal prices range from $10.50 for kids aged 3 to 15, $18 for adults (16 to 64), and $14.50 for seniors (65 and up).

The Ecomuseum Zoo is a non-profit organization that is accredited by CAZA-AZAC (Canada’s Accredited Zoos and Aquariums), an organization that ensures excellence in animal care, management, education, research, and conservation within all Canada’s accredited zoological institutions.

Visit the Sunday at the Museum section of the website to sign up for the weekend deal.

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