Things to Do in Quebec

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The supermarket is the winner of the People's Choice Award for design. Read More

Adventure seekers should arrange an afternoon of windsurfing through this experienced local outfitter. Read More

This 40-acre indoor and outdoor public aquarium located west of the city center is home to over 10,000 marine creatures: fish, reptiles, amphibians, and... Read More

An antiques and curios shop opened in 1975, Arthur Quentin has since expanded to offer housewares, accessories, clothing, cookware, and other decorative... Read More

This military installation has a 250-year history that began with its construction by the French, who used it as their military headquarters in the mid... Read More

Learn more about the history of Québec’s parliament by visiting the National Assembly, housed in an imposing eighteenth-century building inspired by the... Read More

Baie-Saint-Paul is Charlevoix’s main town, nestled at the bottom of a valley with open views onto the St. Lawrence River. The town is home to a highly... Read More

Though Montreal after dark used to mean La Calèche du Sexe and other such red-light joints downtown, the city’s nightlife is now centered... Read More

Rising from a bustling plaza in the center of Upper Town, this impressive cathedral belongs to the oldest parish in North America. Rebuilt twice since... Read More

Set on an otherwise unappealing stretch of Rue Sainte-Catherine, the industrial-looking Belgo Building is an inauspicious hub for the city’s... Read More

Benjo is an innovative children’s toy store in the lively Saint-Roch neighborhood. Located directly across from L’Église Saint-Roch... Read More

Montreal has great bike trails throughout the city and along the water. The best of them is the one that follows the Lachine Canal for about nine miles,... Read More

What could be more energizing than visiting the city and admiring its most beautiful scenery by bike? The Corridor du Littoral allows you to do just... Read More

The kooky sister establishment to bar Plan B, Bily Kun hangs mounted ostrich heads along its 20-foot-high walls by way of decoration. The look is... Read More

In May 2009, the city launched North America’s largest public bike-share program, rolling out 3,000 bikes at 400 docksa round the city available... Read More

Quebec’s answer to American Apparel—a source for eco-friendly basics like perfectly fitting tees and baby-soft hoodies, all made in the... Read More

Boutique aux Mémoires is a Lower Town antiques store for both the serious collector and those who are curious about Quebec’s decorative... Read More

This museum boutique is set in a historic vault dating back to 1751. It sells memorabilia from the museum’s exhibitions, but you’ll also discover... Read More

Yes! Quebec City has its very own red double-decker bus! Running along a loop that takes in all the city’s major sights, the circuit covers eleven stops... Read More

In recent years, Montreal’s music scene has given rise to a parade of innovative bands, including the Arcade Fire and the Stars. If you want to... Read More

Seat of the Anglican Church in Quebec City, the Cathedral of the Holy Trinity was the first Anglican cathedral to be built outside of the British Isles.... Read More

In Montreal, where interior shops tend to cater to either traditionalists or cutting-edge Modernists, Celadon Collection bridges the gap between stodgy... Read More

Original Debut: Home to a fading vaudeville scene when it opened in 1913, the Imperial became a movie house in 1934 when it was leased to Léo... Read More

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