At the Plains of Abraham Museum, the exhibition Battles lets
you learn about the battles of 1759 and 1760 and makes you feel
what it would have been like to be there. The French, British,
Canadian and Aboriginal characters who took part in the battles
will tell you their stories through an amazing immersive
projection and a collection of uniforms. This summer a brand new
section called Order and Law will look at how soldiers
were supervised. It will focus, through a number of interactive
stations, on rationing, management of resources, military
discipline and how soldiers were made examples of to prevent
misconduct. See why alcohol was important in the relationship
between armies and what was the role of women and how difficult
their living conditions were at the time. This interactive
exhibition is an original way to truly get into history.
From July 2 to September 4, take advantage of a fabulous offer
that lets you take part in three activities for the price of one.
Choose one of the exhibitions at the museum (Battles or
Identities) and you’ll get to visit the Attention! exhibit
at Martello Tour 1 and take the humorous, family-friendly guided
bus tour with Abraham Martin.