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History and culture

Québec City is more than 400 years old. That means it has some stories to tell! Battles, wars, romantic and tragic stories are everywhere, here.
Discover more about this wonderful city, the cradle of french America! Here are some suggestions of great historical and cultural sites : 

Perfect escapade in Quebec City

Here are some good reasons to make a small trip through Quebec City this summer…
 
  • Grand Rire Festival June 11 to June 22, 2014
  • The Redbull Crashed Ice in Quebec City from 20 to 22 March 2014
  • The Québec City Summer Festival July 03 to July 13, 2014
  • Les Grands Feux Loto Quebec from 02 August to 20 August 2014
  • Fêtes de la Nouvelle-France from 06 August to 10 August 2014
  • The Beerfest Quebec from August 14 to August 17, 2014
  • Championship Golf Quebec from 01 September to 7 September 2014
 

Perfect escapade in Quebec City

Old Québec

Founded in 1608, Québec City was the first city in New France and in North America. In its historical district, which is part of the UNESCO World Heritage Sites, discover a purely québécois romantic atmosphere, countless historic sites as well as unique architectural features. Old-Québec is just a 15-minute drive from Hôtel Motel Bonaparte. Here are some of its highlights :
 
Château Frontenac
The Citadel of Québec
The Plains of Abraham
Petit-Champlain Street
Old Port of Québec
Parliament Building
Notre-Dame-de-Québec Cathedral
 
For more information : Québec City Tourism
 
 
 
 

 

 

Museums

With its 400 years of history and culture, Québec City has several museums to offer. Those museums are all located in downtown or Old-Québec districts, about 15 minutes from Hôtel Motel Bonaparte.
 
Located on the famous Plains of Abraham, this beautiful museum has the biggest collection of Québec art in the world. Discover the masterpieces of our most legendary artists, including Pellan, Riopelle, Borduas, Lemieux, Dallaire, Leduc and Ferron. The museum also has a precious inuit art collection, as well as temporary exhibitions from some of the world's greatest museums.
 
Québec's largest and greatest history museum is located in the Old-Port area, right near the St. Lawrence riverbanks. This museum has a unique interactive approach, and will help you learn about the history of the Québec people and territory, as well as the culture of the First Nations of Québec. For children, a special exhibition as well as a costume workshop are on display in the basement.
 
Enter the Séminaire de Québec, enter a world of secrets. This museum is located inside what was the very first french university on the continent, and still one of the landmarks of french civilisation in America. Discover some objects from the Jésuites' private collection, and admire the beauties of this building, a true gem in the heart of Old-Québec.
 
In the heart of Place-Royale, where Samuel de Champlain founded Québec City in 1608, this museum will make you go through the 400 years of Québec City as though you were one of us. A film about Samuel de Champlain and three floors of fascinating objects will provide you with an idea of what life in Québec has been and still is. In the basement, different workshops will make your children as happy as can be!
 
 
 

 

 

 

 

 

Côte-de-Beaupré

 
Just 30 minutes from Québec City, the Beaupré area is the countryside of Québec City. It has several beautiful villages, the picturesque New France Route, as well as Basilica Sainte-Anne-de-Beaupré, surely one of the most famous pilgrimage sites in America. Here are some of its other attractions :
 
Cyclorama of Jerusalem
Canyon Sainte-Anne
Cap-Tourmente Wildlife Reserve
Les Sept-Chutes
Mont Sainte-Anne
 
For more information, visit the website of Tourisme Côte-de-Beaupré
 
 
 
 

 

Maison O'Neill

The Maison O’Neill (O’Neill House), built around 1860, is located at 3160, Wilfrid-Hamel boulevard, in Québec City. Thomas John (Jack) O’Neill’s daughters inhabited the House until the summer of 1991. It was then that the city of Québec purchased the House and its vast property, with the aim of opening this remarkable domain for public use and providing access to the river.
 
Activities, festivities, musical shows or painting exhibitions held regulary on site.
 
For more information : Maison O'Neill