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Museums

Past and present, nature and architecture, art and technology—Québec City’s museums have activities and exhibitions for every generation, all year round.

Le coffre au trésor de l'Hôtel Château Bellevue

Le Centre de la francophonie des Amériques

Free access with Musée de l'Amérique francophone's entrance.

Through interactive multimedia installations, maps, and excerpts from French-language literary works, see how today French-speaking world of the Americas sees is itself. The Francophones of the Americas revealed – their idioms, faces, and accents.

2 Côte de la Fabrique Website

Le Musée de la civilisation

Adult ticket entrance at $14 (instead of $16)

A uniquely different and entertaining museum where the focus is on participation and interaction. This Museum echoes the complexity and diversity of the human experience from here and everywhere. A place of amazement and reflection. More than ten exhibitions at a time and multiple activities for the whole family.

85 Rue Dalhousie Website

Plains of Abraham

15% discount on Odyssey exhibit, Martello tower 1 or Abraham's bus.

The site of many clashes for supremacy between the French and British Empires, the park is the scene of the 1759 Conquest, which changed the fate of North America. Apart from its historical past, the park represent one hundred and three hectares of meadow and grassy knolls, decked with flowers or covered with snow, are there for residents and visitors to enjoy.

835 Avenue Wilfrid-Laurier Website

The Musée de l’Amérique francophone

Entrance ticket at $6 (instead of $8)

The Musée de l’Amérique francophone is the very first museum created in Canada, in 1806, on the historical site of the Seminar of Québec. The museum recounts the birth of French culture in North America and bears witness to the earliest contacts between French-speaking North Americans and the people of other cultures.

2 Côte de la Fabrique Website

The Musée national des beaux-arts du Québec

15% off adult ticket entrance

With its 37,000 Québec works from the 17th century to the present day, its former prison built in 1867, and a collection of Inuit art, the National Museum of Fine Arts of Québec is the ideal place to contemplate the largest collection of art. Ferron, Pellan and Riopelle are waiting for you.

179 Grande Allée Ouest Website
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