Here are 7 cultural activities to enhance Spring Break

Here are 7 cultural activities to spice up the spring break

, Sarah-Émilie Nault and Maxime Demers MISE À DAY

The long-awaited spring break for families has finally arrived! To find out what to do with your children during these beautiful winter days off, Le Journaloffers you seven cultural activities to do in Greater Montreal. On the program: museums, cinema, skating show and enchantment of light! 

Coco closes

The franchise of Contes pour tous returns to service with Coco ferme, its 25th feature film, which is in line with the classics of the popular series of children's films such as La guerre des tuques and Bach and Boots. ®

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The magic of the Impressionists

Why not treat yourself to a trip to 19th century Paris without even leaving Montreal? This immersive 3D experience transforms the Studio-Cabaret of Espace St-Denis into a Parisian refreshment bar where the music goes perfectly with the paintings of the greatest impressionist painters projected on the walls. (SEN)


Like every year during spring break, the Montreal International Children's Film Festival (FIFEM) offers young film lovers the opportunity to discover children's films from around the world. A hundred works from fifteen countries are presented both online and in theaters until March 5. (MD)

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OASIS immersion

Treat yourself to two grandiose exhibitions by going to discover (or rediscover) the immersive experience Van Gogh, then the new exhibition called Transformed. The latter makes movement on its large walls of the contents (experienced stories told by real people) originally created for virtual reality helmets. (SEN)

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For spring break, Illumiis open every evening, from Friday February 24 to Saturday March 4. In this illuminated three-kilometre course, children can admire 19 fantastic universes, including more than 50 gigantic dinosaurs, all illuminated by 25 million LED bulbs. Drive or walk options are offered nightly. (RGM) 

The world in mind: the Antoine de Galbert collection

We travel around the world, one hat at a time, during a visit to this fascinating exhibition presented at the Pointe-à-Callière museum. The 300 headdresses on display tell bits of history, the traditions and beliefs of 200 peoples from all over the world. (SEN)

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Disney on Ice

It has been a tradition for several years. Very popular with toddlers, the production of Disney on Ice is back in Montreal, this time with shows on Frozen and Encanto. In all, no less than 11 performances, which combine acrobatics, figure skating and songs, will be offered at the Bell Center from March 2 to 5. (RGM)

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