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Upper Town (Haute-Ville), Quebec City: The Upper Town of Old Quebec is filled with not only the Chateau Frontenac but also many little hotels, shops and places to eat. Skip the tourist spots and check out all the galleries!

Upper Town (Haute-Ville), Quebec City: The Upper Town of Old Quebec is filled with not only the Chateau Frontenac but also many little hotels, shops and places to eat. Skip the tourist spots and check out all the galleries!

Musee du Fort, Quebec City: It's a very small museum, of the hostory of the battles between the French and British Troops in Canada. This very friendly host told me about the 30-minute show they were having. It was 8 dollars. So much worth it!!! I would have paid more.

Musee du Fort, Quebec City: It's a very small museum, of the hostory of the battles between the French and British Troops in Canada. This very friendly host told me about the 30-minute show they were having. It was 8 dollars. So much worth it!!! I would have paid more.

Photo of Museum of French America (Musee de l'Amerique Francaise) Quebec City: This museum tells the story of French exploration of (predating Plymouth and Jamestown) and immigration to Quebec. The architecture is lovely and the design of the exhibits is very creative, uses a lot of multimedia.This is a story that got left out of the American history books! Highly recommend.

Photo of Museum of French America (Musee de l'Amerique Francaise) Quebec City: This museum tells the story of French exploration of (predating Plymouth and Jamestown) and immigration to Quebec. The architecture is lovely and the design of the exhibits is very creative, uses a lot of multimedia.This is a story that got left out of the American history books! Highly recommend.

Musee des Ursulines de Quebec, Quebec City: I would highly recommend this museum. Incredible embroidery. It gives a look into a time when the education of girls was not viewed as important. The Ursuline order changed that with a school that provided an education not only in languages and arts, but also math and the sciences. You can almost feel the presence of the girls who once roamed these halls

Musee des Ursulines de Quebec, Quebec City: I would highly recommend this museum. Incredible embroidery. It gives a look into a time when the education of girls was not viewed as important. The Ursuline order changed that with a school that provided an education not only in languages and arts, but also math and the sciences. You can almost feel the presence of the girls who once roamed these halls

St. Roch's Church, Quebec City: If you're wandering about in the Saint-Roch district, stop and see the beautiful St. Roch's Church. Medieval style, with touches of Roman or Gothic style, as well. The pulpit is a monumental piece of art in itself. The stained windows tell the story of the life of St. Roch. Outside the church stands a piano, where various musicians will perform for you in the square

St. Roch's Church, Quebec City: If you're wandering about in the Saint-Roch district, stop and see the beautiful St. Roch's Church. Medieval style, with touches of Roman or Gothic style, as well. The pulpit is a monumental piece of art in itself. The stained windows tell the story of the life of St. Roch. Outside the church stands a piano, where various musicians will perform for you in the square

Morrin Centre Quebec City: ery interesting building - not many places can claim to have been a prison, a school and a library! The tour (for us hosted by the wonderful Eve) is very worthwhile- visiting the prison cells (especially death row) is fascinating, then the school laboratory, and topping it off with the amazing library is an eclectic and enjoyable mix of history

Morrin Centre Quebec City: ery interesting building - not many places can claim to have been a prison, a school and a library! The tour (for us hosted by the wonderful Eve) is very worthwhile- visiting the prison cells (especially death row) is fascinating, then the school laboratory, and topping it off with the amazing library is an eclectic and enjoyable mix of history

3 days in Quebec City, Travel Guide on TripAdvisor

3 days in Quebec City, Travel Guide on TripAdvisor

Quebec National Historic Site: Fortifications of Quebec  As we walked up Rue Saint-Jean, we came across the fortification wall of Quebec City. It is one reason why Old Quebec is a UNESCO World Heritage site, as it is the only remaining walled city in North America, north of Mexico. We climbed up the stairs and walked along the wall, passing over the city streets below. Eventually, we reached the Citadel where you will find ceremonial guards and a museum.

Quebec National Historic Site: Fortifications of Quebec As we walked up Rue Saint-Jean, we came across the fortification wall of Quebec City. It is one reason why Old Quebec is a UNESCO World Heritage site, as it is the only remaining walled city in North America, north of Mexico. We climbed up the stairs and walked along the wall, passing over the city streets below. Eventually, we reached the Citadel where you will find ceremonial guards and a museum.

Quebec City-Levis Ferry - Traverse Québec – Lévis - Société des traversiers du Québec

Quebec City-Levis Ferry - Traverse Québec – Lévis - Société des traversiers du Québec

Le Parc du Bois-de-Coulonge, Quebec City: The really noteworthy feature is the collection of trees on your way in. The beautiful building that used to be the stable has amazing architecture. The gardeners are not elaborate but they really are quite lovely and the setting is beautiful to relax in the afternoon and watch the sailboats on the St. Lawrence. It's a shame the original residence of the Lieutenant Governor burned

Le Parc du Bois-de-Coulonge, Quebec City: The really noteworthy feature is the collection of trees on your way in. The beautiful building that used to be the stable has amazing architecture. The gardeners are not elaborate but they really are quite lovely and the setting is beautiful to relax in the afternoon and watch the sailboats on the St. Lawrence. It's a shame the original residence of the Lieutenant Governor burned

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