Top 7 Things to Do in Quebec City

Picturesque Quebec City is a vacation gem with its cobbled streets, historic architecture, museums and natural parkland.
Old Quebec

Old Quebec

A UNESCO world heritage treasure, Old Quebec is rich with history and charm. Highlights of a visit to this fascinating walled part of the city include the old Fortifications and La Citadelle. Beautiful 17th and 18th century architecture, interesting shops and restaurants make this part of the city a great place for a walking tour or horse drawn carriage ride. 
National Assembly

National Assembly

The meeting place of the Quebec provincial legislature is one of the city’s most beautiful architectural landmarks. Guided tours, exhibits, a restaurant and gift shop make the parliament buildings a must-see.
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Hotel de Glace

Hotel de Glace

Each year this is a new hotel, completely carved from snow and ice based on a different theme. Visitors can take a tour, and stop for a drink in one of three bars or enjoy a meal in the restaurant. Overnight guests are supplied with blankets and sleeping bags – as well as a complementary room at a warm, neighbouring hotel for their clothes and a hot shower!
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Les Musees de la Civilization

Les Musees de la Civilization

This unique and innovative museum features displays on the natural world, Quebec history, science and more, as well as regular special exhibits.
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Montmorency Falls Park

Montmorency Falls Park

At a stunning 275 feet, these falls on the Montmorency River are higher even than Niagara Falls. Just a short drive from downtown Quebec City, the falls are accessible either on foot or via a cable car ride, and the more adventurous can hike and climb on designated trails. Diners at the gourmet restaurant can enjoy the fabulous views while they eat.
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Musee National des Beaux-Arts de Quebec

Musee National des Beaux-Arts de Quebec

This stunning museum features three separate pavilions situated in National Battlefields Park. For more than 80 years, this museum has been devoted to showcasing the works of Quebec artists. 
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Breakneck steps

Breakneck steps

These steps linking the Cote de la Montagne and the Petit-Champlain are an iconic landmark in Quebec City. The stairs, which were built in 1665, were nicknamed by locals because of their steep incline.