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What to do in Quebec City during Easter

This year, the Easter break will take place from March 25 to 28. So we gathered together in this post our top 5 suggestions of what to do in Quebec City during Easter.

Whether this holiday strictly has a religious significance, or it may be for you a simple excuse to treat yourself by eating tons of chocolate, for most of us, the Easter holiday is the perfect opportunity to have a good time family since Friday and Monday are public holidays. The winter was long enough, so let’s enjoy it 🙂


Wondering what to do in Quebec City for Easter? Here are our top 5 best suggestions:


1- Easter Brunch
Many families will receive for Easter and will be cooking a traditional ham and give children goodies and chocolates. If you do not feel like cooking, several restaurants offer lavish brunch for Easter. Le Champlain restaurant definitely offers the most majestic brunches in the city of Quebec, if not in the entire province. Otherwise, brunch at the Manoir Montmorency and the Aquarium also can be considered. If you opt for Champlain, then you can stretch your legs by taking a walk in the Old Quebec or on the Plains of Abraham. If you choose the Manoir Montmorency, you can admire the impressive Montmorency Falls and walk the trails adjacent. And finally if you go for for the brunch at the Aquarium, the price includes the tour around the site. So it is worth it!


2- Chocolate Museum
You want to teach your family about chocolate? A visit to the Chocolate Museum Erico is not to be missed! You will learn all about chocolate: its origins, the manufacturing steps, its properties, and will be able to taste it and buy it on the spot!

Info: http://www.ericochocolatier.com/#!musee/c1afc


3- Domaine Maizerets
Located in the heart of Cité-Limoilou, the Dimaine Maizerets is a 27-hectare park, which is divided into three zones: the historic heart, the woodland and the Arboretum. It includes a host of family outdoor activities and nature interpretation in a program that follows the seasons.

To celebrate Easter, we offer this year an urban sugar shack! In association with the Pain Béni restaurant and Stra-T-Gik, the Domaine Maizerets offers this year to celebrate the maple season in fine fashion with a discovery 3 course meal served at the Maizerets Historic House in a festive and chic atmosphere! It also offers fine products to buy and maple taffy on snow at the chapel also located on the site nearby.

Modules of outdoor games, hiking trails, entertainment, kid makeup, musicians, entertainers, contests and other surprises are on the go! Reservations required: 418-666-3331 ext 224.

In addition, a egg hunt is scheduled for Saturday, March 26 from 13h to 16 in the historic area of the park. For the third consecutive year, chocolate, various games, activities and chocolaty prizes will ensure fun for the whole family!


4- Easter Farm at Fleur de Lys
You children are animal lovers? The Fleur de Lys shopping center offers a small annual Easter farm including chickens, rabbits, goats, sheep and other animals that your kids will be able to pet and feed.


5- Ski
Ski enthusiasts will enjoy exceptional conditions of spring skiing since most ski center organize special events for Easter. For example, Stoneham Mountain resort which is located about 20 minutes drive from downtown Quebec offers a Easter brunch followed by a treasure hunt.

Info: https://ski-stoneham.com/event/brunch-et-chasse-au-tresor-de-paques/


I hope these ideas will help you plan what you will do for Easter this year. Happy Easter!

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