Musée de la Place Royale

Musée de la Place Royale

Overlooking the very place where Quebec City was founded in 1608, the Musée de la Place Royale unveils the history of New France through the lives of its inhabitants over the centuries. Themed guided visits and a 3D film reveal surprising facts about the city and its history.

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