As of June 16, 2018, Aquarium du Québec will play host to a part of the Biodôme de Montréal’s collection of Amazonian fish. Take advantage of this activity, included in the daily admission fee, to discover new residents such as Amazonian stingrays, catfish, and the infamous red piranhas.
The Basilica of Sainte-Anne-de-Beaupré is a major Roman Catholic place of pilgrimage. It has a copy of Michelangelo's statue, the Pietà (the original is in the St. Peter's Basilica in Rome). The basilica is known as a place of miracles.
Cartier-Brébeuf National Historic Site commemorates the period in 1535-1536 when Jacques Cartier and his shipmates wintered near the Iroquoian village of Stadacona. The site also bears witness to the first residence of the Jesuit missionaries, established in Québec in 1625-1626.
The Chateau St. Louis (French: Château Saint-Louis) in Quebec City was the official residence of the French Governor of New France and later the British Governor of Quebec, the Governor-General of British North America, and the Lieutenant-Governor of Lower Canada.
Located in Lévis, at just a couple of minutes from Quebec City, the Chutes-de-la-Chaudière are a spectacular sight! These 35 metre high falls are the last and most impressive jolt of the Chaudière River, flowing on 185 km all the way to the St. Lawrence River.
Le Musée Royal 22e Régiment vous invite à découvrir ses visites guidées, ses expositions, ses activités, ses archives, ses collections et bien d'autres trésors cachés à La Citadelle. Le Musée Royal 22e Régiment vous invite à découvrir ses visites guidées, ses expositions, ses activités, ses archives, ses collections et bien d'autres trésors cachés à La Citadelle.
The Édifice Marie-Guyart, previously and still commonly known as Complexe G, is a 31-storey, 132 m (433 ft) office skyscraper completed in 1972 in Quebec City, Quebec, Canada. The brutalist style tower is the tallest building in the city, as well as the tallest building in Canada east of Montreal.
Quebec's Government House, known as Spencerwood, was the viceregal residence of Quebec. It was built in 1854. Located at the Bois-de-Coulonge park (upstream of the Plains of Abraham and overlooking Anse au Foulon), it was purchased by the Quebec Government in 1870 and served as the residence of Quebec Lieutenant-Governors until 1966 when a major fire destroyed the main residence.
Come and appreciate this jewel of the Battlefields Park in all its beauty! Created in 1938 by landscape architect Louis Perron, the garden has its own special style: rectangular in shape and built slightly below ground level, it combines the French classical style with the British-style beds.
Montmorency Falls plunge 272 feet (83 meters) into a bowl-shaped basin on the St. Lawrence River. This waterfall is nearly 100 feet (30 meters) higher than Niagara Falls, although not as wide. At the top of the cliff is the large Montmorency Manor. It houses an interpretation center and a restaurant and café that overlook the falls.
Just a few steps from the Holy Door, discover Muséee de l'Amérique francophone. Admire a chapel filled with history, precious relics, and other treasures of Québec's religious heritage from the Séminaire de Québec collection. Set in the heart of Old Québec, Musée de l'Amérique francophone is an essential cultural activity for history lovers.
En vente à l'Observatoire de la Capitale au coût de 30 $ (tx incl.), le Visa panoramique permet d'accéder au plus haut sommet de Québec, douze mois durant. Il s'agit du cadeau idéal à s'offrir pour profiter de la vue spectaculaire, qui se transforme au fil des saisons.
Quebec City is protected by Service de police de la Ville de Québec and Service de protection contre les incendies de Québec. Quebec City has one of the lowest crime rates in Canada. The city reported no murders in 2007, a streak that stretched back to 31 October 2006. Only two murders occurred in Quebec City in 2015.
Parc Montmorency is located at Chutes-Montmorency, Québec City, QC. Besides this park, there are seven more parks listed in Québec City. There's also four attractions listed in this city in other categories. You will find the exact location of Parc Montmorency on the map bellow. Use the Direction tab to find driving directions to this park.
Walking along Rue du Petit-Champlain, Vezina says, “My family goes back 11 generations in Quebec, to 1659. They helped build this street.” A maintenance worker for the businesses in the area, Vezina speaks proudly of the heritage his ancestors played in establishing this section of Quebec City that dates more than 400 years and of where the street stands today, which is at the head of the nation.
The Plains of Abraham (French: Plaines d'Abraham) is a historic area within The Battlefields Park in Quebec City, Quebec, Canada. The land is the site of the Battle of the Plains of Abraham, which took place on 13 September 1759, but hundreds of acres of the fields became used for grazing, housing, and minor industrial structures.
Located in Canada, the Ramparts of Quebec City are the only remaining fortified city walls in North America north of Mexico. The British began refortifying the existing walls, after they took Quebec City from the French in the Battle of the Plains of Abraham in 1759.
The Royal 22nd Regiment (R22R), or rather the Royal 22 e Régiment in both English and French correct usage, and colloquially in English The Van Doos (representing an anglicized pronunciation of the French for twenty-two, vingt-deux), or, in French, le Vingt-deuxième, is an infantry regiment of the Canadian Army.
If your last visit to Québec City was a few years back, you won't want to miss the new Saint-Roch district! With the addition of the colourful Jardin de Saint-Roch and new-look factories and buildings, the whole area has been completely transformed!Restaurants
Fort Saint-Jean Museum was founded in 1960 as a private collection of artifacts, military objects and historical documents. With the years, the museum expanded its collection and new offers several instructive exhibitions about the site’s rich military past and history.
This museum is the gateway to the Plains of Abraham and an invitation to discover the treasures of one of the world’s most prestigious city parks. In addition to its diverse exhibitions, the museum offers several services: reception, information, tours and outings, souvenir shop and washrooms.