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Here it is finally here, spring break. This little interlude is just in time and allows you to fill up on energy… and have fun with your family. We have listed 10 essential activities for you.
We're unleashing our crazy at Tohu – Montreal
February 22 to March 4, 2018
Again for spring break, you can unleash your crazy and fill up on adrenaline at the Tohu. On the program: introductions to the different circus disciplines, performances and training of circus artists, toddlers' corner, craft workshops for little creative hands, and a big novelty, a series of films on the big screen every afternoon with the Montreal International Children's Film Festival.
For complete programming and schedule, visit www.tohu.ca.
Spring break at the Ecomuseum Zoo – Montreal
The Zoo Ecomuseum, the only outdoor zoo on the island of Montreal, is going into spring break. For the occasion, every day from 11 a.m. to 1:30 p.m., you can discover the star animals of winter in Quebec. Here is a golden chance to admire a gray wolfor an arctic fox. Not to mention the adorable river otters and the other animals of the zoo who will delight your hearts and those of your children.
For additional information: www.zooecomuseum.ca.
Place des Arts in Spring Break – Montreal
For a 3th year in a row, Place des Arts is offering families a program during the school break. For this edition, from March 6 to 10, 2018, Place des Arts invites you to discover the world of circus! Thus, in parallel with the show Espièglerie by Jamie Adkins, presented at the Cinquième Salle, free initiation activities to the various disciplines of circus arts and the notion of movement will be offered.
To plan your visit, visit www.placedesarts.com.
International Children's Film Festival – Montreal
For a 21st year, the Montreal International Children's Film Festival (FIFEM), offers a rich and diversified program, intended for young moviegoers. The performances are held in several cinemas in the metropolis.
To know the complete program, go here.
Spring break at the Aquarium du Québec – Quebec
The ultimate family outing! The Festi Lumière is a walk in an outdoor circuitilluminated with over 500,000 LEDs. Experience the magic of winter with sea animals and numerous inflatable games. The enchanted forest, animal-shaped structures and light projections will put you in a magical atmosphere.
To make sure you don't miss a thing, consult the program: www.sepaq.com.
The TAZ – Montreal
February 26 to March 11
For skateboarding, inline skating or scootering with the family, TAZ is the place to go. On site, it is possible to rent the necessary equipment and take advantage of the canteen to fill the small gaps. During Spring Break, the TAZ will open from 10 a.m. daily.
For TAZ timetable and fares, go here.
Exhibition Curiosities – Montreal
The Stewart Museum has a program of entertaining family activities in store for you, both outdoors and warm indoors. How winter on Île Sainte-Hélène is synonymous with pleasure!
Visit the Museum website for program details.
Montreal Play Festival – Montreal
February 24 to March 11
The Montreal plays festival invites you to discover the city's playful culture by participating in the hundreds of activities of its 6th edition. The festival is aimed at all those who are curious and passionate aboutgames!
Get the full program at www.montrealjoue.ca.
Old-fashioned papermaking – Charlesbourg
Experience old-fashioned papermaking with your family at the Moulin des Jésuites in Charlesbourg. After the workshop, you will be able to create your own paper, for special occasions.
Again, places are limited; it is best to book in advance.
Tremblant Snow School
Throughout the school break, Tremblant is overflowing with activities specially organized for the family break. The Tremblant Snow School offers a wide variety of programs for skiers and snowboarders of all levels while, in the village, the whole family will have fun with crazy games and Saturday night fever.