Useful informations

Useful informations

The summer of 2017 will be festively naval. Heirs of Wars is a personal look at the lives of some Canadian Navy veterans during the Second World War. This touching exhibit features testimony by veterans’ family and friends, as well as a collection of artefacts they have left behind. The Victory Torch, a unique symbol of the Canadian war effort during WW2, is associated with the Victory Bond fundraising campaign. It will be returning to Canada for the first time since 1941.

Schedule and Details

Hours: June 19 to September 4, 2017, daily, 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. September 5 to October 31, Friday to Sunday, 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Open upon request fall and winter seasons.

Admission: free admission or $5 as a contribution to the museum.

Closed: Closed for Statutory and Christmas Holidays.

Minimum duration of a visit: 00 h 45

Schedule and rates are subject to change without notice. Visit their website or contact them for up-to-date information.

Location

170, rue Dalhousie
Québec, QC
G1K 8M7

Borough of La Cité - Limoilou / Downtown

Directions

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Amenities

Amenities

General Features

Available Not Available
Groups Welcome
Companies offering Youth Activities : For groups
Companies offering Youth Activities : For individuals

Parking

Bus Parking: Free Outdoor on Site, Outdoor on site for a fee, Parking: Outdoor on site for a fee, Bike Parking: Free Outdoor on Site

We Speak

English, French

Visitor Comments

Visitor Comments

Events

  • Heirs of Wars

    Heirs of Wars

    June 20 to October 31, 2017

    The exhibition «Heirs of Wars» focuses on the humans who fought during the World War II, through their objects and the testimonies of their families. A touching visit....

  • The Jeffry Jan II, a yacht steeped in history

    The Jeffry Jan II, a yacht steeped in history

    July 18 to 23, 2017

    Jeffry Jan II will stop at the Port of Québec as part of the Rendez-Vous 2017 Tall Ships Regatta . Having served as a protocol yacht during the Quebec Conferences, he was nicknamed the "Churchill yac...

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