The Best Places To See in Quebec

Handpicked Top 3 Places To See in Quebec, QC. Our 50-Point Inspection includes everything from checking reviews, ratings, reputation, history, complaints, satisfaction, trust and cost to the general excellence. You deserve only the best!


5300 Boulevard Sainte-Anne, Quebec, QC G1C 0M3

Since 1759

Waterfall, Nature and State Parks, Gift Shops, Suspension Bridge, The Ice Hotel, yodel, Picnic, Playground, Cable Car and panoramic Circuit, Hiking, Bike, Ice climbing, Racket & Hiking on snow

Free Admission: Child 5 years and under - The falls, at 84 metres (276 ft) high and 46 metres (151 ft) wide, are the highest in the province of Quebec - The basin at the foot of the falls is 17 metres (56 ft) deep

The first look after emerging from the visitor center was impressive. There is a quite formidable staircase if you would like to climb to the top of the falls - I think it was somewhere in the neighborhood of 480 steps. We learned you could drive around and park near a restaurant quite close to the top of the falls. A very short walk from there took us to a pedestrian bridge which crossed the river at the top of the falls. This was a great adventure on a beautiful day. Loved it!

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85 Rue Dalhousie, Quebec, QC G1K 8R2

Since 1984

Museum, Collections, Guidelines for Visitors, Accessibility, Boutique, Café 47, Groups Tours, Rental Opportunities, Current Exhibitions, Upcoming Exhibitions, Virtual Exhibitions, Touring Exhibitions, Past Exhibitions, Agenda Activities, Family Activities, Schools Activities, Conferences & Workshops

Free Admission: 11 and under - They was also given the mandate to promote and operate Maison historique Chevalier and Place-Royale - They take a fresh, attentive and dynamic look at human experience

Price: Adults (31+) $16, 18 - 30 $10, 12 - 17 $5, Families (2 Adults & 3 Children De 12 to 17) $36

Mon - Sun 10:00 am - 5:00 pm

I decided to go here as a time filler before my afternoon bus departed from Québec city. I wish that I had had more time to fill because this museum was way better than I expected. I could only glance at all of the artifacts and displays, and I was there for over two hours. If I had more time (3+ hours), I could have begun to read the amazing amount of information associated with the exhibits and participated in more of the interactive activities.

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1675 Avenue Des Hôtels, Quebec, QC G1W 4S3

Since 1959

Zoos and Aquariums, Tourist Attraction, Gift Shop, Programs, Events, Outdoors, Water Games, Halloween, Meeting with the Harbour Seals, Touch Basin, Meeting with the Polar Bear, Discover the Walrus, Awesome Ocean Discovery, Discover the Coastal Zone, Interactive Rallies, Festi Lumière, March Break & Insect Festival

The 16-hectare (40-acre) facility is home to more than 10,000 animals representing more than 300 species - The government of Quebec would invest $6.5 million at the aquarium to expand its collection

Mon - Sun 9:00 am - 5:00 pm

With the new pavilions that were built a few years ago, the Quebec aquarium now lives up to the other aquariums in the world. The glass tunnel, giant tubes in the jellyfish room, baby walruses and polar bears, even birds of prey are present. There is a presentation of the fish species of our different streams starting from the streams and heading towards the St. Lawrence estuary. It is possible to brunch and the food is excellent. A must for families, especially for young children.

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