Visiting a historic site is taking a trip back to the time when Europeans came to Quebec. It is a chance to explore the precious heritage they left behind. Several historic sites bring this rich heritage back to life. In their own fashion, historic sites tell the story of New France’s military history, the life of great politicians, Quebecers’ industrial ingenuity or the day-to-day life of colonists. At each National Historic Site of Canada, you can discover Canada’s history and heritage with activities and guided tours. These sites spark interest in history and pay tribute to Canadian and Quebec heritage. In the streets of old neighbourhoods in Montréal, Quebec and Trois-Rivières, in gardens and historic residences, in military forts and at the remains of important former industry sites, the presence of Quebec’s heritage is still strong!
Our suggestions - Historic Site Tours
Built in 1912 in the very heart of the company town of Kenogami, the St. James the Apostle Anglican chapel holds religious offices until the mid-1980s ...
NEW at the Fort Chambly National Historic Site: Smuggling, outsmart the exhibition. Through this interactive exhibition of which you are the hero, welcome ...
Plains of Abraham