Morrin Centre

Morrin Centre

Morrin Centre is housed in Quebec City’s first prison, built over 200 years ago. Tours explore the site’s dark but fascinating history, but the star attraction of the center is its beautiful Victorian library—the city’s only English-language library counting some 20,000 books—where traditional afternoon tea is served in the summer.

 

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