Érico is both a creative chocolate boutique and a chocolate museum. Watch chocolatiers at work through the museum window into the kitchen and enjoy the interactive touchscreen that uses a comic-book style to teach children the different steps involved in chocolate making, from the cocoa pod all the way to the delicious final product. It’s a chocolate-lover’s paradise.
A unique, different, and entertaining museum where the focus is on participation and interaction. The exhibitions take a fresh look at local culture and other societies. More than ten exhibitions and loads of activities for the whole family.
Located in the heart of the Plains of Abraham, the Musée presents exhibitions featuring Québec artists, past and present, as well as prestigious international art exhibitions.
The Musée du Fort puts on a fun educational performance that tells the story of Québec City’s military history through a captivating 30 minute sound and light show. With a giant model of Québec City you will come to understand just what made it such a coveted strategic asset and why it was long considered an “untakeable” position.
The Citadelle, a National Historic Site, is located on Cap Diamant. Construction began in 1820 and ended in 1850. Its walls enclose 300 years of Québec City military history spanning the French, British and Canadian periods.
For guaranteed indoor fun, you and your family will enjoy these amusement parks. Most of them are indoors.
You’re sure to have a grand old time shopping in the shopping centers, picturesque neighborhoods, and commercial thoroughfares in and around Québec City.
The whole family can try its hand at climbing, perhaps just the ticket for kids who have a hard time sitting still!
Watch nearly 10,000 specimens representing 300 species of mammals, indigenous and exotic fish, invertebrates, amphibians and reptiles. Check out the brand new jellyfish, ray and sea horse pavilion.
For the best entertainment experience, get the "see more, hear more, and feel more" experience at IMAX des Galeries de la Capitale, featuring Canada's largest screen.
A 360° view of Québec City from 221 meters up awaits at Observatoire de la Capitale. The Observatoire’s huge windows provide a spectacular view of Québec City and its maze of streets and the majestic St. Lawrence River and mountains beyond. Take a surprising journey through time and learn about the history of Québec City.
Discover the Plains of Abraham’s central role in the history of the country. It’s an enthralling virtual trip through 400 years of history you’ll only find in Québec City, featuring multimedia technology, special effects, and interactive games. From March 2 to 10, get 2-for-1 admission.