Rue du Trésor is a popular alley where artists exhibit quality works, such as watercolors, prints, paintings and reproductions. It is a veritable open-air art gallery in Quebec City.
Discover a fascinating world at the Aquarium du Québec: an accessible activity where the whole family will marvel at walruses, polar bears, jellyfish and thousands of other marine animals!
The Chateau Frontenac is a historic luxury hotel located in Quebec City. It is found in the Old Quebec district overlooking the Saint-Laurent. Opened in the year 1893, it has been a national historic site in Canada since 1981. The hotel is a chateau inspired by the French Renaissance and the castles of the Loire.
Montmorency Falls is located at the mouth of the Montmorency River, and flows like a cliff into the St. Lawrence, at the western end of Île d’Orléans. The fall has a height of 83 meters. It should be noted that it is the highest in the province of Quebec and is thirty meters above Niagara Falls!
The Musée de la civilization is classified as immovable heritage in the Directory of cultural heritage of Quebec. The museum presents temporary thematic exhibitions in addition to permanent exhibitions, the vast majority of which have a link with the human and social sciences. The Musée de la civilization is part of the network of the Société des musées du Québec.
The mission of the Musée national des beaux-arts du Québec is to make known, promote and preserve the work of Québec artists of all eras, from ancient art to contemporary art. The museum also presents a presence of international art through acquisitions, exhibitions and other animation activities. The museum’s permanent collection includes more than 40,000 works, produced in Quebec or by Quebec artists, some of which date back to the 17th century.
Do not miss this trendy and historic district 30 minutes walk from our hotel
The Citadelle de Quebec is a magnificent fort located on Cap Diamant in Quebec City. Adjacent to the Plains of Abraham, La Citadelle is an integral part of the fortifications of old Quebec City. Quebec City is one of only two cities in North America that has retained all of its fortifications.
The Plains of Abraham cover the majority of Battlefields Park, forming a large park within Quebec City. This immense 98 hectare plateau is made up of grassy valleys and small woodlands.
Place Royale is where Samuel de Champlain founded Quebec City in 1608. A mix of French and British architecture and influences from the buildings, as well as the oldest stone church in North America, gives the square royal a unique charm.
Notre-Dame de Québec Basilica-Cathedral is the primatial church of Canada and the seat of the Archdiocese of Quebec. It is found in the historic district of Old Quebec in Quebec City, next to the Séminaire de Quebec, opposite the Quebec City Hall.
The Dufferin terrace is an observation point located in the upper town of Quebec located near the Château Frontenac at the foot of the Citadel.
The Parliament Building of Quebec sees the meeting of the National Assembly of Quebec. It was built between 1877 and 1886, in the center of Quebec’s Parliament Hill just next to the historic district of Old Quebec.
The Old Quebec funicular is an elevator intended for tourists, which allows walkers to go from Petit Champlain in the Lower Town to the Dufferin terrace at the top of Cap Diamant.
The Morrin Center is an important cultural center in Quebec. It is designed to showcase the historical and current contribution of English culture. It is located in a national historic site in the center of Old Quebec
Stoneham Tourist Resort is a ski resort located in Stoneham-et-Tewkesbury, Quebec. With a drop of 345 m, the resort’s activities are spread over three different peaks that form a semicircle, with the highest peak culminating at 593 m.
The ramparts of Quebec are a section of wall that surrounds the western end of the Upper Town of Old Quebec. The ramparts were built in the 17th century, and have undergone a succession of modifications and improvements throughout their history.
The Observatoire de la Capitale is a famous observation point in Quebec City. It is located on the 31st and last floor of the Marie-Guyart building, located on Parliament Hill in Quebec City.
The Parc des Champs-de-Bataille is a grouping of the Plains of Abraham and, nearby, the Parc des Braves. The park was created in 1908, created by the Commission des champs de battle nationale (National Battlefields Commission) to celebrate the tercentenary of Quebec.
Rue du Petit-Champlain in Quebec City is one of the oldest commercial arteries in North America. It’s full of local artisan shops and restaurants, and discusses holiday decorations all winter long. In the evening, the Petit-Champlain is the perfect destination for a walk in a setting worthy of a fairy tale.
In the heart of Old Quebec, Artillery Park contains more than 250 years of French, British and Canadian military history. Enjoy a visit to the Arsenal Foundry and the Dauphine Redoubt, or admire the architecture and settings of unique buildings that have marked Canadian history.
The Museum of the Cultural Pole of the Monastery of the Ursulines is a small history museum highlighting the cultural heritage of the Ursulines of Quebec. It is located on rue Donnacona and is next to the site of the former house of Marie-Madeleine de Chauvigny de la Peltrie
Also called the Champs Élysées of Quebec because of its tall trees and its elegant character, the Grande Allée provides access to several major attractions, such as the National Museum of Fine Arts, the Plains of Abraham, the Hôtel du Parliament and Old Quebec via Porte Saint-Louis.
The domain of Maizerets is a first class ornithological site. Its main attractions are the arboretum, the cedar maze, the gazebo, an observation tower, the water garden and its playground for children.
Picturesque museum that offers its visitors an animated diorama depicting the great military battles of Quebec City.
The Parc des Chutes-de-la-Chaudière is a large public park located in Lévis, Quebec. The Chaudière Falls are 35 meters high and are the last and most important falls to be found along the Chaudière River.
The Quebec-Lévis ferry offers a striking view of the historic cachet of Old Quebec, Cap Diamant, Château Frontenac, as well as the Terrasse Dufferin. Go there in the evening so that the illuminated buildings project their reflections on the river.
A true haven of peace 5 minutes from downtown, the Baie de Beauport is a must in Quebec City. It is an ideal place with its beach and its impressive view of the St. Lawrence.
The Anglican Cathedral of the Holy Trinity is the seat of the Anglican Diocese of Quebec. it is the first Anglican cathedral built outside the British Isles. The steeple is inspired by the steeple of St Martin in the Fields Cathedral in London.
Inaugurated in 1999, this fresco tells and retraces the history of Quebec City in an emblematic place.
Rue Saint-Jean is one of the oldest streets in Quebec City, in addition to being one of the most popular and frequented. A section of this street is inside the fortifications, so it is part of the Old Quebec district
The Château Saint-Louis was once a building in the upper town of Quebec, located at the current site of the famous Dufferin terrace, very close to the Château Frontenac, on the top of the cliff overlooking the lower town of Quebec .
Place D’Youville is a public square in downtown Quebec City. Glued to the fortifications, it is a particularly busy public space placed between the old town and Parliament Hill. Many cultural institutions in Quebec are located around or near.
Cartier-Brébeuf National Historic Site is one of the national historic sites of Canada created in 1958 in Quebec by the Historic Sites and Monuments Board of Canada following a request from Prime Minister John Diefenbaker.
Historical artefacts and exhibits dedicated to this famous park in Quebec City, particularly the battles of 1759 and 1760 which took place there.
Porte Saint-Louis is one of the main gateways to the fortifications of Old Quebec. This icon of the city gives access from one side to the Hôtel du Parlement and to Grande Allée and the other will lead you to the rue Saint-Louis, and the Château Frontenac.
The Royal 22ᵉ Régiment Museum is a museum located in the Citadelle of Quebec, founded in 1950 by members of the Royal 22ᵉ Régiment. It has officially held the status of a Canadian Forces Museum since 1974.
The Huron-Wendat Museum in Quebec City’s mission is to conserve and showcase all the heritage of the Huron-Wendat Nation. Come and discover the history, culture and arts of the Huron-Wendat as well as their relationships with other First Nations.
L’Îlot des Palais is a historic and archaeological site in Quebec City. This showcases the remains of the palaces of the Intendant of New France, the king’s stores, prisons as well as the Jean Talon and Boswell breweries through an immersive exhibition.
Along the St. Lawrence River, Parc de la Plage-Jacques-Cartier allows you to enjoy the sun, the beach and the water. To stroll, picnic or get in shape, there is no better context! Take advantage of your visit to take the Grèves trail! The parking lot is open every day between June and October.
Montmorency Park is a park located in Quebec City. It is located in the historic district of Old Quebec, just on the edge of the Upper Town and with a view of the Lower Town.
Rue du Trésor is a popular alley where artists exhibit quality works, such as watercolors, prints, paintings and reproductions. It is a veritable open-air art gallery in Quebec City.
The Marais-du-Nord reserve, often called Marais-du-Nord, is a nature reserve in a private environment. Covering an area of 64 ha, it is located on private property on the west shore of Lac Saint-Charles, about 20 kilometers north of Quebec City.
The Pierre-Laporte Bridge is the busiest road bridge that crosses the St. Lawrence River, connecting the cities of Quebec and Lévis. It has the largest main span of any suspension bridge in Canada. It is located a little less than 200 m west of the Quebec Bridge, between the Sainte-Foy – Sillery – Cap-Rouge borough of Quebec and the Chutes-de-la-Chaudière-Ouest of Lévis.
The forts of Lévis are a grouping of three forts built by the British army to defend the city of Quebec from Lévis south of the St. Lawrence River. The forts of Lévis are an integral part of the fortifications of Quebec. The Forts-de-Lévis National Historic Site of Canada, managed by Parks Canada, highlights this magnificent site, which has been open to visitors since 1982.
For thousands of years, Indigenous Quebec has stood out for its rich historical cultures that unite ancestral and now contemporary traditions in a sought-after tourist offer, of quality and imprint of authenticity. Indigenous tourism will take you back in time, but above all, experience the present.
Parc Chauveau is one of the 13 sectors of the Rivière-Saint-Charles linear park. Located in Quebec City, it represents one of the largest green spaces in the city with an area of over 146 hectares.
The Port of Quebec is the oldest port in the country. It is the second largest port in Quebec and the last deep-water port on the St. Lawrence River. The port of Quebec specializes in solid and liquid bulk; the containers are rather reserved for the port of Montreal. In 2012, more than 33 million tonnes of cargo were handled in Canada’s oldest port. The Port of Quebec is legally considered to be federal territory.
The Monument to Samuel de Champlain, by artist Paul Chevré, honors the memory of Samuel de Champlain and is a symbol of Quebec City. You can find it on the Dufferin terrace, near Château Frontenac, in Old Quebec.
The Naval Museum of Quebec is a museum in Quebec with the mission of “conserving and communicating the naval history of the St. Lawrence and of the Naval Reserve of Canada for purposes of research, education and awareness.” You will find it in the Old Port, at 170, rue Dalhousie.
Lined with attractions and prestigious buildings, this magnificent plaza full of greenery is often considered the beating heart of the sector within the fortifications of Quebec City.
The Roger-Van den Hende University Garden is a magnificent botanical garden located on the Université Laval campus in Quebec City.
Located in the heart of the Chauveau Natural Park in the capital of Quebec, Arbraska Chauveau offers you a unique experience where surpassing, pleasure and skill will be waiting for you.
Mount Wright Ancient Forest Park is a public park and protected area in Stoneham-et-Tewkesbury, Canada. It borders Route 175, 30 kilometers north of Quebec City, near the entrance to the Laurentides Wildlife Reserve.
The rue Saint-Louis, the Grande Allée and the chemin Saint-Louis are three segments of the same old path which, in the 17th century, linked the fort and the Château Saint-Louis to Sillery and Cap-Rouge.
Created in 1982 in the village of Saint-Pierre on Île d’Orléans, the Isle de Bacchus vineyard was a pioneer in the long history of Quebec viticulture.
The Parc de la falaise et de la chute Kabir Kouba is a park in Quebec open to the public, crossed by the Saint-Charles River. The rapids and waterfalls found there are called Kabir Kouba, “the river of a thousand bends” in Montagnais.
This Quebec City museum aims to promote and conserve Quebec art from all periods of our history, from ancient art to contemporary art. With more than 38,000 works produced since the 17th century, the MNBAQ is a living memory of art and of the great artists of Quebec.
The Charlesbourg Jesuit Mill is an old water mill located in Quebec City, east of the Charlesbourg heritage site located in the seigneury of Notre-Dame-des-Anges. Part of a series of six mills, the stone building was built by the Jesuit brothers in 1742.
The Price Building is an 18-story building located in Quebec City and the only skyscraper within the walls of Old Quebec. One of the oldest buildings in Canada, it was built in the early 1930s by the Price Brothers company, and started a controversy over the conservation of Old Quebec.
The Joan of Arc Garden is a large space built around an equestrian statue of the heroine Joan of Arc in Quebec City. It is located on the Plains of Abraham in the Parc des Champs-de-Bataille.
Manoir Montmorency is a bourgeois villa from another era located at the top of Montmorency Falls, in Quebec. The building is now an integral part of the Chute-Montmorency Park and offers its visitors reception rooms, a restaurant, a shop and an interpretation center.
The Association of Receptive and Package Travel Agencies of Quebec (ARF-Quebec) is the only professional association recognized by Tourisme Quebec. It brings together 38 receptives and specialized tour operators for Quebec and operates in Canada and North America, as well as over 70 tourism partners.
The Parc des Moulins is located in the district of Charlesbourg. Covering nearly nine hectares, it is made up of the eastern part of the old Quebec Zoological Garden. You can walk along the water’s edge, enjoy the shade of tall trees and enjoy the splendid landscaping.
Lac Saint-Charles is a lake found north of Quebec City, Canada. Its territory is partly in the district of La Haute-Saint-Charles of the city of Quebec, but is also part of the municipality of Stoneham-et-Tewkesbury.
Park with benches appreciated for its panorama on the river, the lights of the city and the famous Château Frontenac.
Rustic hotel in a beautiful wooded area, offering understated yurts and clear geodesic domes equipped with wood-burning stoves.
The Governors’ promenade runs along the Citadel and will lead walkers to the Battlefields Park. Named in honor of the former governor Lord Dufferin, it is actually an extension of the Dufferin terrace, located in front of the Château Frontenac.
Extremely steep staircase built in 1635, which offers the one who climbs it a picturesque view in a historical setting.
Ski de fond Charlesbourg is a winter outdoor activity center less than a 10-minute drive from downtown Quebec City. This organizes sports and recreational activities such as classic cross-country skiing, snowshoeing and walking, in a safe environment as well as with a friendly approach and an affordable price.
Victoria Park is a park in Quebec City located at the limits of the Saint-Sauveur and Saint-Roch districts.
L’Érablière du Lac-Beauport offers you the wide range of services of a real sugar shack. You can count on two rooms of 200 and 120 places as well as on hearty traditional meals of the cabin with a Quebec folkloric atmosphere.
Relaxation place located on the shores of the St. Lawrence River where you can find a park, café and boat and kayak rental / launching.
The Séminaire de Québec is a community of diocesan priests which was founded by Monsignor François de Montmorency-Laval, who at that time occupied the role of apostolic vicar of New France.
A blend of historic charm and very modern comfort, the Governor’s Garden is near the famous Dufferin Terrace. The establishment offers a striking view of the St. Lawrence River, the architecture of Old Quebec and also the noble Parc des Gouverneurs, from which the hotel took its name.
Valero les Écarts Park, with an area of over 65.3 hectares, is located in the city of Lévis, near Quebec City.
Inaugurated in July 2016 in the city of Lévis near Quebec, the Quai Paquet fountain is the most powerful of its kind in the country with its 160 jets projecting up to 9 meters in height!
Place des Canotiers is a public square that can be found between the Saint-Laurent river and the lower town of Old Quebec, in Quebec. With a total area covering more than 20,000 m², the place has been accessible to the population of the city and to its visitors since June 9, 2017.
Discover the Parcours des Anses, considered to be one of the most beautiful cycle paths in America! Bordering the majestic St. Lawrence River, this multifunctional trail offers more than 15 km for walking, cycling or rollerblading.
Beauport River Park is a magnificent site whose role is to ensure the protection and enhancement of a threatened natural environment, right in the center of an urbanized environment.
For an impressive panoramic view of the ramparts of Quebec, the Château Frontenac, the many bridges, the beautiful Île d’Orléans and the cruise ships, you should definitely make a stop at the Terrasse du Chevalier-de-Lévis.
À deux pas des grands magasins de la rue Saint-Joseph à Québec, le nouveau temple se différencie des édifices modernes des environs par son architecture rappelant les cathédrales du Moyen Âge.
Excursions Maritimes Québec vous offre la possibilité de découvrir le fleuve Saint-Laurent autrement et d’admirer les magnifiques paysages que l’on retrouve à Québec, Lévis, l’Île d’Orléans et Portneuf à bord de bateaux de type Zodiac®.
The fountain of Tourny or fountain of Bordeaux is a magnificent fountain located in Quebec at the roundabout of avenue Honoré-Mercier, opposite the Parliament Building. It was inaugurated at this location on July 3, 2007 in preparation for the celebrations surrounding the 400th anniversary of Quebec City.