New in August, 2019 - Night immersive circuit '' L'écho des origines ''.
''L'écho des origines'' is a new outdoor interactive circuit offered by the Center de la Biodiversité du Québec. Travel through the eras of Bécancour Forest through an immersive trail. In the dark, discover the biodiversity of the St. Lawrence Valley. Throughout the experience, take on group challenges using unusual technology. Each activity allows you to discover the hidden powers of nature. However, every good trip has many surprises. Can you identify what is threatening the legacy of the Champlain Sea?
''L'écho des origines'' addresses environmental issues with a playful, educational and artistic approach. Bringing together several interactive multimedia works, this immersive circuit aims to make this scientific subject accessible to young and old alike.
Follow your guide and discover the biodiversity :
Dive under the waters of the Saint Lawrence River through a multimedia immersive experience.
Explore the different themes of the exhibition The Return of the Giants of Prehistory that will take you back and forth among dinosaurs, mammoths and cavemen.
In summertime, Urban fauna, funny neighbors: meet the skunk, raccoon, otter, birds of prey and many more with the outdoor tour.
Also available: forest trails and traveling exhibition to different themes.
You'll find the Centre de la biodiversité du Québec on the Route des Navigateurs.
Activities and services
Dogs are accepted
Groups are welcome (minimum of 15 persons)
Picnic area and dining room
Lodging available nearby
Guided tour and free visit of
4 km walking trails (snowshoe trails during the winter time)
Orchard (pick your own)
Partially accessible for people with limited mobility
Service available in English
'' L'écho des origines '' schedule :
Visit the Web site to get the information
Centre de la Biodiversité's schedule :
November 1st to May 31: daily, from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m.
June 1st to October 31: daily, from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m.
Holiday season : closed on December 24, 25, 26 and December 31, January 1st and 2nd.
Consult the website for the guided tour schedule.