Join us on an exciting walk to find the secret science spots of McGill University’s downtown campus!
Ingrid Birker has worked for the esteemed Redpath Museum in Montreal for over three decades, and was responsible for the museum's extensive invertebrate fossils and plant collections for nearly 25 years. One of Canada's oldest and most celebrated museums, the Redpath's carefully curated Natural History collection covers everything from geology to anthropology and ethnography.
Join us this Obscura Day for a very special tour of the McGill University campus, as Birker shares her extensive knowledge of Montreal history and architecture while pointing out the many hidden wonders to be found on the campus when one simply knows where to look.
Saturday, May 30; 10:00am - 12:00pm
Ticket Cost: $4 for Adults, $2 for Children, Seniors, and Students, $20 maximum for family registration. Ticket cost includes special foraged refreshments and a take-home booklet!
We'll be meeting on the front steps of the Redpath Museum, located at 859 Sherbrooke Street West, Montreal, QC H3A
THIS EVENT IS RAIN OR SHINE - We will only cancel if the weather is unusually dangerous!