The Musée is located at the heart of Battlefields Park, a breathtakingly beautiful site perched above the St. Lawrence River. Through the architecture of its buildings, you will also partake of another kind of history, from the beaux-arts style of the Gérard-Morisset pavilion, the original Musée, built in the late 1920s, to the Charles-Baillairgé pavilion, the former Québec Jail, and a stark reminder of the harshness of prison life in the 19th century. From gallery to gallery, you will see superb exhibition design at the service of artistic expression at its best.
| 1 Kilometers
1045 Rue Des Parliamentaires, Quebec City, QC G1A 1A3
The Parliament Building is located in Québec City, on Parliament Hill. It was designated a historic site by the Government of Québec in 1985. The Parliament Building is home to the National Assembly, meeting place of Québec’s 125 elected representatives.
| 4 Kilometers
61, rue du Petit-Champlain, QC G1K 4H5
The Quartier Petit Champlain is a place where you will find craftsmen’s best shops, the best restaurants and especially, the magic and romance of Quebec. All year round, musicians and singers meet there to liven up and amuse the crowd. It is not to be missed!
Located on René-Lévesque Boulevard, the Québec City Convention Centre is the winner of the 2006 AIPC Apex Award for the World’s Best Congress Centre. Combine that with our green-friendly policies, impeccable service and state-of-the-art facilities. All of this located in a vibrant, romantic city rich in history and culture.
Grande-Allée is a most popular street for nightlife in the city with its numerous restaurants & clubs. You will find here a large number of bars, pubs and disco clubs where you can have a drink or dance until 3am.
The Plains of Abraham’s is to Québec what Central Park and Hyde Park are to New York and London: a city park of outstanding value, the lungs of the city. One hundred and eight hectares of meadow and grassy knolls, decked with flowers or covered with snow, are there for residents and visitors to enjoy.
Located in the heart of Old-Quebec, which was classified world heritage in 1985 by Unesco, Place Royale is bounded by the street Dalhousie, the Côte de la Montagne, the Petit-Champlain Street and, in the North, by the cliff. Place Royale was where the first permanent building of the Nouvelle-France was established, and that is why we call it the cradle of the French civilization in America.
575 Grande-Allee East, Quebec, QC G1R 2K4
It's the name in Quebec City nightlife with its captivating, warm atmosphere and colourful decor. A true nightclub, offering its patrons a choice of ambiance with the Charlotte Lounge, the Voodoo Grill and the Societe Cigare... and what an ambiance!
Musee De La Civilisation
| 5 Minutes
85, rue Dalhousie, Quebec City, QC G1K 7A6
This museum is characterized by its innovative and daring outlook. Ten exhibitions are held simultaneously on a 6,000-square-meter surface. The regular programming is based on three permanent exhibitions, leaving a large space for temporary exhibitions, whose diversity are a testimony to the turmoil of today's world.
Old Quebec, the heart of Quebec City, is the only North American city to have preserved its ramparts, together with the numerous bastions, gates and defensive works which still surround Old Québec. The Upper Town, built on the cliff with the Lower Town and its ancient districts, it forms an urban ensemble which is one of the best examples of a fortified colonial city.
| 4 Miles
2450, Laurier Boulevardd, Quebec, QC G1V 2L1
The second largest mall houses over 125 stores offering prestigious names such as Holt Renfrew, Browns, Zara, Rudsak and Nine West.