On the Wharf
Besides being home to Statera – The 104th Island, the Ferry Wharf features a range of other activities overlooking the beautiful St. Lawrence River. Take advantage of your time here to visit the urban beach, the pleasure craft docks, various works of art and the interactive experience outside the dome.
Fine-grained sand, hammocks, shaded areas and an unrivalled view of the river: the urban beach at the Ferry Wharf is a great place to enjoy some quality downtime!
Interactive fun at the dome
At night, you can create your own light show by interacting with the four giant dots located at various spots around the dome. Step on each dot and a different coloured light will shine on top of the dome. So go ahead and show us your true colours!
And, as you may have guessed, when all four dots are activated at the same time, you’re in for something very special indeed!
Come admire Infinité, an illuminated monumental sculpture that combines abstract and figurative elements. Created by Louise Delorme, the work is meant to create a sense of identity that complements the translucent dome overlooking the St. Lawrence River.
The Ferry Wharf also features an immense fresco that depicts the 103 islands in the archipelago. The effect is one of a life-sized game where you can interact with the topography of the islands.
A number of floating docks can be found at the Ferry Wharf, near Statera – The 104th Island. Used by river cruise vessels and pleasure craft operators alike, the docks make for a particularly pleasant summertime stroll. A great place to saunter and enjoy the sites on a hot lazy day.