Book overnight camp, night safari and parties by calling 613 673-7275. We are very proud to announce that Paperback Park Zoo Inc has recently been purchased by NEW OWNERS in 2014.
Our goal is to provide animals with a comfortable, caring and safe living environment, while allowing the public an exciting, educational and fun place to visit! If you are watching any of the feeding show, please keep noise down to a minimum as are other visitors who are also interested in hearing about the animals as they are being fed.
Your crew will love getting lost in the gigantic play maze, zipping down the three wave slides or bouncing on the enclosed trampolines. Zigzag zoo Kids 12 and younger will go wild at this jungle-themed indoor playground with its massive four-level play structure.
Kazoo Café Kids can swing along a Tarzan rope, swoosh down one of five slides (three enclosed ones and two open ones) or climb around one of the many obstacles in the two-level play structure at Kazoo Café. Your kids can show off their moves in the dance space, complete with disco ball.
A safari and a hotel made of ice mix in with historical and natural wonders in Canada’s biggest province. The Gatineau museum’s 4 million items trace the history of the country, and the world, starting 20,000 years ago.
In the Grand Hall, discover the story, culture and beliefs of Canada’s Pacific First Nations, in a beautiful setting overlooking the Ottawa River and Parliament Hill. Look up at spectacular totem poles alongside Native houses, before moving into the First People’s Hall for more insights into Canada’s Aboriginal roots.
Let your nose guide you to one of the many restaurants and bistros, and be sure to make time to indulge your sweet tooth with local treats at the La Petite Cabana à Sucre. Lots of natural snow and one of the best snow making systems in the world make for a long and happy season for snowboarders and skiers of all skill levels.
Or, when it’s t-shirt weather, head up for a hike or a bike on the mountain, enjoy the view from the gondola or relax with a round of golf on some of the best public courses in Quebec. People stream into the area the walk, bike, boat the beautiful waterfront (known as the Old Port) during the day, and to drink and dine at the many modern restaurants at night.
In January, thousands of people don snow suits and fill the harbor for Igloo fest, an outdoor electronic music festival. Stop and smell the flowers takes on a whole new meaning at the Montreal Botanical Garden, one of the greatest in the world.
With 22,000 plant species and cultivars living in its 10 greenhouses, 20 thematic gardens and a pavilion, you might have a tough time smelling them all, but why not dream big. Mount Royal is, you guessed it, a mountain located right in the heart of Downtown Montreal, much of it within a large park of the same name.
It was actually Frederick Law Olmstead, the designer of New York’s Central Park, who designed Mount Royal Park, and the two landmarks serve a similar purpose: existing as an outdoor space in the city, where people meet, hang out, spend time outdoors, play sports, and much more. Climb to the lookout point at the top, visit the giant cross and look out over the entire city of Montreal.
In just a few hours you can see architecture dating back centuries, including fortifications that form the biggest walled city north of Mexico, as well as stunning churches and chapels that drive home the religious history of the province. Of course, if you’re not such a history buff, the area is full of entertainment, from art and music to shopping and fine dining.
Many people are surprised to discover that a waterfall one and a half times higher than Niagara Falls sits just minutes from Quebec City. Hang out near the base and feel the mist on your face, or ride the gondola up to the top for a spectacular view.
You can go luxury & modern with your wedding design or go garden and organic, either way this hotel venue will not disappoint, especially with their amazing staff to serve you. They’ve a big rooftop terrace with a beautiful view for your private wedding cocktail hour.
The Submerge does not have elevators, so do take this into consideration if you have guests with mobility issues and hiring vendors who might charge extra fees to climb the stairs with their heavy equipment. This circus school with high ceilings allows you to design, create and plan some out-of-the-box entertainment for your guests.
It has two outdoor wedding ceremony options, by the water or in front of a beautiful grand willow tree surrounded by lots of green space. Belvedere is one of them, and it’s the perfect venue for your guests to enjoy a beautiful panoramic view of Old Montreal and the St. Lawrence throughout the afternoon & evening.