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Activities

Amusement Parks & Outdoors

Aquarium du Québec (13.5 km)

Aquarium de Québec collection includes nearly 10 000 specimens representing 300 species of mammals, indigenous and exotic fish, invertebrates, amphibians and reptiles. Watch marine mammals and several seal species, frolic in the outdoor park. Many animals from the Pacific Ocean swim in our huge 350 000-litre tank. Open year-round.

Chutes Montmorency (12.6 km)

The Montmorency Falls Park is an attraction you will not want to pass up. The waterfall is an awe-inspiring 83 m/272'. You can admire the stunning views from the cable car, from the many lookout points throughout the site or from the stairs climbing up the side of the promontory.

Méga Parc des Galeries de la Capitale (10.6 km)

With 20 major attractions for the whole family including a rollercoaster and a 17 000 sq. ft. skating rink, the Méga Parc is the largest indoor amusement park in the province of Queébec and the second largest in North America.

Mont Sainte-Anne

A short 40-km (25-mile) drive east of Québec, Station Mont-Sainte-Anne is one of the largest downhill ski resorts in Québec, with 66 runs, 17 of which are illuminated for night skiing. Artificial snow. Vertical drop: 625 m (2063 feet). Chair lifts, T-bars, and gondolas whisk you up to the top of the mountain (800m/2640 feet).

Promenade Samuel de Champlain

Built around a reclaimed industrial wharf, the promenade Samuel-de-Champlain features a wetland that reproduces an indigenous shoreline ecosystem, a 25-meter observation tower, and access to the waterside.

Village Vacances Valcartier (30.2 km)

Valcartier Vacation Village has 35 waterslides for the entire family, 2 theme rivers, a huge wave pool and much more. In winter, Valcartier Vacation Village becomes the largest winter playground in America with more than 35 slides for thrill-seekers of all ages.

Art & Culture

Capitole (800 m)

A multifunction complex that makes great events grand.

Grand Théâtre (1.9 km)

Dancing, theatre, music, operas and variety shows are featured yearly.

Musée de la Civilisation (800 m)

The most popular museum in Quebec. A unique, different and entertaining museum where the focus is on participation and interaction. It takes a fresh look at local culture and other societies. More than ten exhibitions and multiple activities for the whole family.

Musée de l’Amérique française (600 m)

Discover the vitality of French-speaking North America, from its rich past and glorious history to its world vision and future. It all comes to life in the heart of Old Québec!

Musée national des beaux-arts du Québec (2.7 km)

Located in the heart of the Plains of Abraham, the Museum presents exhibitions featuring Québec artists, past and present, and prestigious international art exhibitions.

Musée naval de Québec (750 m)

The only museum depicting the naval history of the St. Lawrence and of the Naval Reserve of Canada, presenting the permanent exhibition "Meanders, memories of wars on the St.Lawrence".

Palais Montcalm (1.1 km)

Palais Montcalm is a first-rate concert hall with exceptional acoustics and seating for 979.

Théâtre Petit Champlain (1.1 km)

Auditorium. Exhibition hall. Room and lobby rentals. Corporate events. After the concert or show, stick around for a drink at the Théâtre café.

Guided Tours & Adventure

Croisières AML (1.1 km)

From the St. Lawrence River, contemplate the relics of the past, marvel at the Montmorency Falls and the beauty of luxuriant Île d’Orléans. Take advantage of the best viewpoint on this historic city, 

Croisières Coudrier (850 m)

With Croisières Coudrier visit Grosse-Île or Îsle-aux-Grues, come aboard for a guided sightseeing cruise of Québec Area or enjoy an animated dinner-cruise.

Ghost walking tour (750 m)

Let the lugubrious atmosphere that reigns inside the walls of the old city invade you once the sun is gone. Learn all about the sordid details of a history that has been hidden for too long.

Observatoire de la Capitale (1.7 km)

A 360° view of Québec from 221 meters up. That's the experience awaiting you at the Observatory.

Old Quebec tours Inc. (pick up at the hotel)

Old Quebec tours : City tours and guide service. Visits to the major tourist attractions in the city: Québec by land and by water.

Tours Ludovica (pick up at the hotel)

Tours Ludovica specializes in giving city tours with an ecological form of transportation: the cycle-rickshaw. Learn how the Lower Town grew, discover the major events marking its evolution and see the fascinating architecture that has allowed the Old City to preserve its historical cachet.

Tours Voir Québec (850 m)

Tours Voir Québec specializes in cultural tourism. It offers: The Grand Tour of Old Québec City, a thorough walking tour focusing on history, architecture and culture, The Food Tour, a great way to discover local history, wine, cheese, etc. as well as numerous private and step-on guide services.

History & Heritage

Fortifications-de-Québec et Parc de l’Artillerie (550 m)

The fortifications surrounding Old Québec are close to 4.6 km in length. As you walk the walls, you'll learn about the defence system of North America's only remaining fortified city.

La Citadelle / Musée Royal 22e Régiment (1.4 km)

The Citadelle, National Historic Site, is located on Cape Diamant. The Citadelle is an active military garrison. Guided tours of the site and the Royal 22e Régiment Museum. Ceremony and changing of the Guard in summer.

Maison de la découverte des plaines d’Abraham (1.6 km)

Open year-round, the Discovery Pavilion of the Plains of Abraham (835 Wilfrid-Laurier, level 0)  hosts the Odyssey multimedia exhibition, a virtual journey from the birth of New France to the park's creation that includes an overview of the battles waged here long ago.

Plaines d’Abraham (2.6 km)

The Plains of Abraham are recognized as one of the largest and most attractive urban parks in the world, a celebration of recreational activity, culture and history.

Wendake (13.3 km)

Find out about the Huron-Wendat Nation at Wendake, a self-governing territory in the midst of Québec City . Native hospitality awaits you together with timeless wisdom and traditions.

Must-see Attractions

Château Frontenac (1 km)

Located in the heart of Old Québec, with the mighty St. Lawrence River as the backdrop, Le Château Frontenac invites you to experience renowned gastronomy and unparalleled charm. Your experience at this unique, heritage urban resort will guarantee you a memorable and inspiring stay in one of the most beautiful cities in the world.

Colline parlementaire (1.5 km)

Parliament Hill is named after the Hôtel du Parlement, home of the National Assembly. This sector also includes other numerous noteworthy attractions, as well as the Saint-Jean and Montcalm neighborhoods.

Fontaine de Tourny (1.5 km)

In front of the Parliament Building, Fontaine de Tourny's 43 water jets, arresting masks, and graceful figures immediately draw the eye. 

Marché du Vieux-Port (350 m)

Open year-round, the Old Port Market always has a large variety of seasonal foodstuffs or produce for sale. Come browse through the stands where tempting wares are on display, meet the agrifood producers and get yourself a little souvenir of Québec City you can really sink your teeth into.

Place royale et Vieux-Port

You'll love the charm of rue Saint-Paul, in the Old Port, with its inviting antique shops, art galleries, and sidewalk cafés and a then, a little further; a visit to Place Royale is like a step back in time to the early days of New France. 

Promenade de la Pointe-à-Carcy (750 M)

Pointe-à-Carcy  is a great place for a stroll;  stunning view that embraces Château Frontenac, the city's fortifications, the Petit Champlain district, and the Old Port.

Promenade des Gouverneurs

Promenade des Gouverneurs, forms an extension of Dufferin Terrace in front of the Château Frontenac and  runs along the Citadel and leads to Battlefields Park.

Shopping and retail

Faubourg Saint-Jean (1.3 km)

You can always expect a warm welcome in the Faubourg Saint-Jean, a district that promises a distinctive shopping experience. A living slice of real life in the heart of Québec City .

Les grands centres commerciaux (8.3 km)

The largest shopping centre in Eastern Canada, with 350 stores including 40 restaurants, Laurier Québec is the number one shopping destination for all tourists coming to Québec.

Nouvo St-Roch (650 m)

Restaurants, bars, and trendy boutiques have sprung up left and right, putting a whole new face on one of the city's oldest neighborhoods.

Quartier Petit - Champlain (1000 m)

A great shopping experience with one-of-a-kind boutiques and bistros in a romantic European atmosphere. Incomparably authentic! A "must" when visiting Québec.

Winter Fun

Cross-country skiing & Snowshoeing

Breathe in the sweet aroma of the evergreens and get back in touch with nature. The Québec City  region has over 2,000 kilometers of cross-country ski trails. Find them all in the listing of the Greater Québec Area Cross-Country Skiing Association

Dogsledding

The Québec region proposes many professional companies to let you try this special experience safely. Go for a short excursion, a few hours, or even a day trip!

Hôtel de Glace (13.2 km)

The Ice Hotel, the only in North America. Made entirely of snow and ice, this architectural marvel is a wonder to behold. (Normally from January to March)

Mont Sainte-Anne

A short 40-km (25-mile) drive east of Québec, Station Mont-Sainte-Anne is one of the largest downhill ski resorts in Québec, with 66 runs, 17 of which are illuminated for night skiing. Artificial snow. Vertical drop: 625 m (2063 feet). Chair lifts, T-bars, and gondolas whisk you up to the top of the mountain (800m/2640 feet).

Patinoire Place d’Youville (850 m)

Skating rink with a freezing system; mid-October to mid-March. Free admission.


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