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The Moulin Seigneurial de Pointe-du-Lac, built around 1765, is a mill located in Trois-Rivières and is considered one of the most beautiful examples of Quebec’s rural architecture. It is classified as a Heritage site and is one of the few premises from ...
 
Innu Nikamu Festival
From July 30 to August 4, 2024
Innu Nikamu (“he sings in Innu”) is one of the biggest Indigenous music festivals on the continent. Over four days, artists from different nations take to the festival stage to perform in different musical styles. Through the festival, the community ...
 
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Located in Montérégie, the Canal-de-Saint-Ours will allow you to discover Darvard Island. Try to recognize the many species of trees, birds and fish. Have a family picnic while watching the boats go through lockage. oTENTik accommodation, a hybrid between ...
 
This fort was built in 1839 as a safety measure during a border conflict. It is the only one of its kind in Québec and has been designated an historic monument. You can admire exhibitions on the life of soldiers at the time, as well as archeological digs ...
 
Site historique maritime de la Pointe-au-Père
This summer, the Onondaga submarine puts the power in your hands via a new outdoor tablet circuit! Inside, immerse yourself in the life of submariners with the audio-guided tour. Continue your visit to the Empress of Ireland Museum to discover the greatest ...
 
The Val-Jalbert Historical Village, located in Saguenay-Lac-Saint-Jean, will take you back in time to an authentic company town. You will dive into the spirit of this mysterious site, frozen in 1927. The convent school, general store, post office, abandoned ...
 
Domaine seigneurial Sainte-Anne
Established in 1667, the Sainte-Anne seigneurial estate and its manor have witnessed the entire history of Quebec. From the beginnings of Sainte-Anne-de-la-Pérade up to the early 20th century, the estate holds three centuries of secrets. A new exhibition ...
 
Plains of Abraham
A historic urban park, the Plains of Abraham welcome you to the heart of Quebec City. At the Plains of Abraham Museum, relive the siege of Quebec City with the "Battles 1759-1760 exhibition": immersive projection, uniforms, interactive games and more ...
 
The Residence of the Governor General at the Citadelle is an exceptional heritage attraction in the heart of Old Québec. Steeped in history, this unique place, overlooking the St. Lawrence River, has been the second official residence of Canada’s governors ...
 
Lévis Forts National Historic Site
Explore with your family the last British fortification built on Canadian soil. A series of three detached forts were erected between 1865 and 1872 on Québec City's south shore to protect the city against a possible American invasion following the Civil ...
 
Grosse Île and the Irish Memorial National Historic Site
Follow in the footsteps of the tens of thousands of immigrants who arrived on Grosse-Île and visit this beautiful site filled with fascinating and moving stories. Located in the middle of the St. Lawrence River, Grosse-Île served as a quarantine station ...
 
Saint-Louis Forts and Châteaux National Historic Site
Hidden beneath the Dufferin Terrace in the heart of Old Québec, the remains of Château Saint-Louis reveal the seat of power of French and British governors from 1620 to 1834. Explore the archaeological site with a guide or at your own pace to discover ...