The Mumba Room

The Mumba Room

Spacious and refined, the Mumba room offers you a sleek design that can be adapted to your needs in all seasons.

This is the largest guest capacity room on the site: it can accommodate up to 420 guests in banquet format. It's strategically located near two of the site's major attractions, the Amazoo Water Park and the African Lodge, inside a building entirely designed and dedicated to holding events. Its location allows your guests to access it directly via the Zoo's vast parking lot. Charging stations for electric vehicles are also available on the site.

The largest room in the zoo

Inaugurated in 2019, the Corporate Pavilion offers direct access to the water park for corporate and private groups. Would you like to offer your guests a walk along the paths of Africa? The African Lodge is located just a few steps from the Mumba Room and offers a 180-degree view of the African savannah from its huge terrace. Specially designed for corporate and private events, the Mumba Room stands out with its chic and cozy atmosphere to enhance your event, whatever it may be.

Who was Mumba? A famous resident of the Zoo, he has become part of its history! The first male gorilla to live in Canada, he was admired by more than 20 million visitors before his death at the age of 48. His stay in Granby left a lasting impression on all those who came into contact with him. His presence helped to raise public awareness about wildlife protection and the natural environment.

Number of seats 450

Number of standing places 768

Area 7,470 sq. ft.

Availability 4 seasons

Available services

  • Round tables seating 10 guests
  • Tablecloths, chairs and cutlery
  • Lighting ambiance
  • Bar(s)
  • Background music
  • A projection system (2 screens)
  • Stage up to 8 x 16 ft (modular)
  • WIFI 
  • Coat room / accessible directly from the parking lot


The Zoo de Granby is a not-for-profit organization. By holding your event at the Zoo, you are directly supporting the Zoo's mission and initiatives in animal well-being and nature conservation.

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