What to see and do in Quebec City
Quebec City School Trip Attractions
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Quebec City Attractions
Evening Dance Cruise on the Louis Joliet
The students can enjoy an evening of dancing and fun on a 2 hour dance cruise aboard the Louis Joliet
LaRonde / Six Flags
La Ronde is an amusement park in Montreal, Quebec, Canada. It is the largest in Quebec, owned and operated by Six Flags.
A Brief Canadian History
A Brief Canadian History is a multi-media music performance designed to celebrate and promote a deeper awareness of First Nations and Canadian art, culture and history. This performance brings a fresh focus to the historical importance of the people and events that have shaped our Native and Canadian histories.
Pointe-A-Calliere / Museum of Archaeology and History
Rising above evidence of more than 1,000 years of human activity, it houses remarkable architectural remains, displayed in situ with absolute respect for their integrity. Pointe-à-Callière is the only sizeable archaeology museum in Canada. The hundreds of artifacts it houses are grouped into six main sections: the Éperon, a modern building that has won many architectural awards; the archaeological crypt on the lower level; the renovated Ancienne-Douane building (Montréal’s first Custom House), the Youville Pumping Station, the Archaeological Field School and the Mariners’ House.
The museum of a site, a history and a city, Pointe-à-Callière delves into the past to foster a debate on urban issues both local and global, and to encourage visitors to reflect on the future.
Musee du Fort
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