9 JAN to 7 MAR
- Free activities
Loan of cross-country skis and snowshoes
Regular rates starting from
Free - Upon registration
* Depending on weather conditions
** The free snow sculpting activity is accessible only to residents of the island of Montreal.
For the first time, TOHU offers free snow sculpting activities. It's the ideal opportunity to let your creativity run wild while you create a short-lived work of art. Set up on TOHU's grounds, families can practice this unique art that allows them to appreciate the joys of Quebec's winter. Put on your warm clothes... and bring out the artist in you!
This activity is available only to residents of the island of Montreal.
The free activities are presented thanks to the financial contribution of the City of Montreal.
A premolded block of snow and few tools will be made available to each of the family bubbles that have reserved. These tools will be disinfected before and after use. You can also bring your own tools (shovel, trowel, ladle, spoon, etc.) if you wish.
The free snow sculpting activity is accessible only upon registration. Registration will open every Monday for the following Sunday.
By reserving for more than one person, you confirm that you live at the same address. It is possible to book online for groups of 2 to 5 people from the same address. If your family bubble is larger, we invite you to call TOHU's ticket office at 514-376-8648 to register.
We ask that you respect the time of your reservation, otherwise we cannot guarantee access to a block of snow.
When you arrive, please have the reservation confirmation on hand, either a printed copy or on your phone.
Due to weather conditions, free snow sculpting activities may be cancelled during the season. In this case, those who have registered will be notified by email the Friday before the reservation date.
The free snow sculpting activity takes place on TOHU's outdoor grounds at 2345 Jarry Street East.
Sundays, from January 31 to February 28.
Two time blocks are available, from 10 am to 12 pm and from 1:30 pm to 3:30 pm.
Wearing a mask is mandatory if you wish to access the interior TOHU. Due to the sanitary situation, TOHU’s bistro is currently closed.
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Tuque à rebord avec pompon en tricot côtelé, fabriquée au Québec. Très confortable.
Vous pourrez la récupérer à la billetterie de la TOHU entre 9h et 17h.
9 JAN to 7 MAR
18 DEC to 31 MAR
23 OCT to 31 AUG
Come and see us,
7 days a week!
2345, rue Jarry Est,
Montréal (Québec) H1Z 4P3