There are always good reasons to visit Québec City.
Find out what the Québec City Area has in store for you and your family this summer! Visit an exhibition in a museum, learn about Québec City’s rich history or try a new outdoor activity. The choice is yours!
What's new: Stay in one of our participating hotels and your kids will get free access to different venues and a ton of surprises with the P'tit chanceux bracelet.
Where: In 15 must-see attractions in the Québec region.
When: Until September 9, 2016
What’s new: The addition of this stunning architectural masterpiece doubles MNBAQ’s gallery space, which now features buildings from the 19th, 20th, and 21st centuries. Three days of festivities and five new shows will mark the opening.
Where: Pierre Lassonde Pavilion at Musée national des beaux-arts du Québec
When: Starting June 24, 2016
What’s new: The top floor of Québec City’s highest building adds to its spectacular 360° panorama with an all-new journey of discovery exploring Québec’s identity. Afterwards enjoy a dazzling immersive flyover of the city.
Where: Observatoire de la Capitale
When: Starting April 27, 2016
What’s new: The Holy Year proclaimed by Pope Francis meant the reopening of the world's seven Holy Doors, including the only Holy Door outside Europe—in Québec City.
Where: Notre-Dame de Québec Basilica-Cathedral
When: Until November 13, 2016
What’s new: Join a Cicérone Tours guide in period costume to relive the history of this iconic hotel. You’ll find out all about the famous characters and historic events that have shaped the hotel’s identity throughout the years.
Where: Princess Louise Kiosk on Dufferin Terrace
When: June 24 to October 10, daily. Weekends only, the rest of the year.
What’s new: Crépuscule is back this year with an all-new concept. For a second year in a row, audiences will be able to attend this spectacular show featuring world-class circus artists.
Where: Agora Port de Québec
When: July 22 to September 4, 2016
What’s new: The new trail runs more than a kilometre through natural surroundings away from the roads, and highlights the history of the area with its interpretive panels. Park users now have a safe place to be between Promenade Samuel-De Champlain and the Plains of Abraham.
Where: Plains of Abraham
When: Now open!
What’s new: This interactive, sensory journey overturns much of the conventional wisdom on cats and dogs. The experience uses games and simulations to let visitors walk (so to speak) in the animals’ shoes to better understand and decode their behaviour.
Where: Musée de la civilisation
When: June 18, 2016, to September 4, 2017
What’s new: Single -and multi- hull yachts will berth at the Port of Québec where visitors can rub shoulders with skippers and crews before the grand departure for Saint-Malo in France on July 10.
Where: Old Port of Québec
When: July 2 to 10
What’s new: A via ferrata is a system for climbing safely on rocks for a sport mid-way between rock climbing and hiking. Canyon Sainte-Anne’s via ferrata lets you climb the rock walls confidently because you can do the entire route without ever having to unhook from the cable. This is the world’s third continuous-cable via ferrata.
Where: Canyon Sainte-Anne
When: May 7 to October 16, 2016
What’s new: Broue-Tours has a walking tour of Québec City’s beer hot spots that includes nine beer samples, a brewing room tour, and a bit of beer lore and history.
Where: Saint-Roch District
When: Now available!
What’s new: Stand up with a paddle on a big surfboard and test your balance gliding across the calm waters of one of the province's loveliest glacial valleys.
Where: Parc national de la Jacques-Cartier
When: Starting June 18, 2016
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