Reservation required to visit the Museum
- 20 January 2022
The Museum reopens its doors
The Museum is open thursday to sunday, from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m.!
Visit the Museum in a safe an intimate environment! Tour groups rediscover one of Quebec’s most famous inventors, Joseph-Armand Bombardier, along with his successors, on a two-hour tour (online booking obligatory).
Visit of the Museum
The tour begins in the theatre of objects Passion as a way of life, staged in Mr. Bombardier’s very first garage. Delve into his life, work and legacy right there where it all began. His extraordinary journey is truly inspiring! Next stop: A passion for success, multimedia experience produced by Moment Factory. Learn about the Bombardier adventure, from its inception to the conquest of the sky. Embark on a path of discovery at the exhibition A passion for innovation, which shines the light on the creative inspiration, design and technologies of the Bombardier and BRP companies. Have fun identifying the challenges of future mobility by inventing and testing your vehicle at the Idea Studio. Visit the new temporary exhibition called Teens: Creative Minds, and explore the teenage brain and gain insight into its inherent creativity. Meet a dozen Canadian teenagers who, over the past 100 years, have used their innovative minds to make the world a better place!
Ticket reservations and purchase
Tickets must be purchased online for the date and time of your choice prior to visiting. Be sure to arrive 10 minutes ahead of time, so that we can welcome you properly. Ingenuity members and holders of complimentary tickets are also required to reserve online prior to visiting.
Actions for the safety of all
- Physical distancing of 1 metres is required at all times.
- Hand washing is mandatory at the Museum entrance. Hand sanitizer stations are located throughout the Museum.
- The Museum is cleaned and maintained regularly by our staff.
- Wearing a mask is highly recommended for visitors under 10 and mandatory for all other visitors.
- The following services are unavailable: digital tablets, the “J.-A., what a swell fella” guided tour, BRP plant tours, vending machines and coffee machines.