MONTREAL — Two activities that are well sought after by families will resume soon in the Old Port: the Montréal science Centre will reopen its doors on July 14, and the projections will begin on July 16, in his room of cinema IMAX 3D.
A single exposure, Travel in space, will be presented at the time of the reopening, ” says the director of programming for the science Center, Cybèle Robichaud, noting that it was the most popular was the arrival of the COVID-19.
The science Centre has been given more time than other museums before re-opening, since its exhibits are very interactive. The establishment, however, has found solutions to allow young people and less young people to make discoveries in a secure environment.
The visitors must interact with multiple screens. Thus, to avoid the direct contact with those, the science Center will lend a pen during the visit.
Washing hands and cleaning surfaces will, of course, like everywhere else. “We will also work only by reservation, with a maximum input of 48 to 30 minutes,” says Ms. Robichaud.
The employees come to work as early as Monday to begin the preparations.
IMAX 3D cinema
On the side of the IMAX cinema, two films will be shown starting July 16, and, here again, customers will have to book the tickets to comply with the limit of 50 people per room.
Super Dog 3D, a documentary directed by montrealer Daniel Ferguson, and In the forest of the spirit bear 3D will be presented on the big screen.
“Still there, we will make sure to wash surfaces touched by clients,” says Ms. Robichaud.