What to do in times of confinement

To counter the boredom that confinement can cause, many initiatives were quickly put in place in the cultural and recreational sector.

Here are some suggestions of activities to keep all the family members entertained and active, while staying safe and respecting the measures in place.


Kids and teens

The library offers video tutorials for craft projects on various themes, all available online on our YouTube account. We even have prepared small kits containing the necessary materials to make some of the projects.

Reservations are required to pick up the kits.

Winter and Christmas crafts are already available in the Holiday activities section.

The Ecomuseum Zoo team wishes to accompany you in these particular times and allow your family to enjoy fun activities while learning about Québec's wildlife! 


You will discover captivating new experiments with Yannick Bergeron and Les Débrouillards.

For 6 to 12 year-olds. (French only)


Customized workouts FitSpirit -  a group of girls who love to be active together.




Walk, ski (cross-country & skate), snowshoe, toboggan and stargaze at the Morgan Arboretum.


The Montreal Museum of Fine Arts is offering  free access to 3D virtual tours of four of their presentations until January 24, 2021!


Free print & play versions of some of Asmodee Canada’s most popular family games, for anyone to print, use, and enjoy from home.


Learn all of the key steps to beekeeping with Alvéole's team through a series of educational videos and articles.


Take a free virtual tour of the Montréal Aviation Museum! 




Let's continue to move and breathe together while anchoring ourselves in the present moment.

Live stream yoga practice in the comfort of your own home with Cynthia Maher.


The National Film Board is offering free documentaries.