The Biosphere unveiled it's new 2019-2020 programming schedule today and announced that all week, from June 2nd to June 8th, admission will be free of charge! Their open house is part of Canadian Environment Week.\nAs Canada's only dedicated environmental and climate change museum, the Biosphere's latest programming will exhibit the effects of climate change in Canada and will attempt to raise awareness about this issue.\nTwo new temporary exhibitions will make their debut during the Biosphere's free week. Named Oceans and Water Frontiers, both will focus on the richness and uniqueness of Canada's aquatic and marine ecosystems.\nA new permanent exhibition, MTL+ will showcase the work and visions of 14 renowned architectural firms that have looked into the future of Montreal 2067, redesigning iconic Montreal infrastructures.\nOn their official website, the Biosphere states that it aims to "raise citizen awareness, action, and engagement on significant environmental issues." First opened in 1967 for the Expo67, the Biosphere is the only museum of its kind in Canada. In 1990, Environment Canada transformed it into an interactive environmental museum.\nView this post on Instagram Respect de l'Environnement 🌳😍 #parcjeandrapeau #nature #Environnement #nature A post shared by Marion Dem (@demari__on) on Jun 1, 2019 at 1:32pm PDT\nIts striking design is world-renowned and has been seen in many sci-fi shows and movies. Designed by Buckminster Fuller, the geodesic dome has a perfectly controlled internal temperature. The original intent of the dome was to mimic the effects of the human body's internal temperature.\nThis summer, the museum will unveil a new public space, Espace 67, that will connect the Biosphere to the metro station.\nREAD ALSO: Krispy Kreme Is Giving Away Free Donuts Across Canada This Week\nAdult and student admission is $10-$15 per person but this week could be your shot to go see the museum for FREE! If you haven't gone to check out the Biosphere yet, what better time to go?\nView this post on Instagram Illusion: Trapped clouds. . . . #photography #photo #clouds #sky #montreal #biosphere A post shared by Tiago Durão (@tiagoddurao) on Jun 2, 2019 at 1:07pm PDT\nNot only is the Biosphere one of the most Instagrammable places in the city but you will learn a whole lot about the environment and climate change.\nAs part of Canadian Environment Week, the Biosphere is presenting their all-new temporary and permanent exhibitions completely free of charge. Canadian Environment Week is a new initiative launched by Minister Catherine McKenna.\nView this post on Instagram I’ve got the whole world in my hands #Montreal #biosphere A post shared by Natalia Fedner (@nataliafedner) on May 31, 2019 at 11:47am PDT\nNot only should you go check out the Biosphere for free - while you're at it, check out the all-new renovations at Parc Jean Drapeau!\nView this post on Instagram Took about a million photos of this and couldn’t decide which to share so probably going to share a few more after this one A post shared by Tom (@_tomcawley) on May 30, 2019 at 12:57pm PDT\nFlex your love for the environment and check out the Biosphere for free all week long!\nWHAT: Montreal's Biosphere, North America's only museum dedicated to the environment\nWHEN: Sunday, June 2nd - Saturday, June 8th, 2019\nWHERE: Parc Jean-Drapeau\nCOST: Free this week only!\nFor complete details, check out the official Biosphere website.\nThe Biosphere will be free to attend all week from June 2nd to June 8th!\nDon't miss out!