Rue du Trésor
This street used to provide access to the Royal Treasure, and it's where the colonists ventured to pay their yearly taxes. The cobbled street now plays host to an open-air gallery—it moved from a hub of commerce to art in the 1960s when two young artists, Pierre Lussier and Harry Merlou, hung their works from what was then a quiet pedestrian area. Today, Rue du Tresor houses works from a wide variety of artists. Come here to buy everything from souvenirs to fine art from burgeoning artists—this area is undoubtedly a city landmark.