Things to Do in Quebec City

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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

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

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

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

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

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

Given the ubiquitous presence of the St. Lawrence River in this city, it only makes sense that some of the best tours here are held on the water.... Read More

A playground of over 55 square miles, Station Touristique Duchesnay welcomes outdoor enthusiasts who come do a wide variety of activities all year long,... Read More

De Retour caters to collectors of 1950's and 60's modern furnishings, lighting, and objét d’art. The shop, located on Rue Saint-Paul, is... Read More

Granted, this maple-focused shop sells its products at a premium price, but its central location, array of treats, and a museum that explains the... Read More

The Domaine de Maizerets is a superb 66-acre urban park located in Limoilou that features over 11 kilometers of walking trails, an arboretum, a... Read More

About 25 miles from downtown Quebec City is Mont-Sainte-Anne, a mountainous area in which you can go camping, golfing, mountain biking or hiking in the... Read More

With its impressive selection of imported European products and the countless teas and spices presented in a wall of wooden cubes that look like an... Read More

Several stairways connect the Upper and Lower Towns, but the Escalier Casse-Cou is probably the most well known. Linking Côte de la Montagne to the... Read More

Undoubtedly the friendliest and most informal festival of all, the Festibière de Québec is the meeting point for all lovers of Québécois beer.... Read More

This fall music festival began very humbly a few years ago but quickly became a must-see. Some 80 artists perform in numerous bars, concert halls, and... Read More

Gorgeous trompe l’oeil frescoes have completely transformed the area that was previously an eyesore separating the Saint-Roch neighborhood from the Old... Read More

A traditional family activity in Quebec City during summer and early fall, fruit picking provides the perfect excuse to drive to scenic Île d’Orléans... Read More

Raymond Brousseau is an art collector who sold his 2,500+ piece Inuit art collection to Quebec City’s fine arts museum, where a fraction of the pieces... Read More

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