Discover the many cultural activities held nearby the Hotel Ambassadeur Quebec. Founded in 1608, Quebec is the cradle of French America and has a rich history. Visitors will enjoy discovering its historic sites as well as its many museums. Moreover, the cultural scene is thriving and offers a wide variety of shows each season.
Petit Champlain district will definitely delight you with its numerous boutiques, galleries, and fine cuisine restaurants. Petit Champlain is well located in the heart of Old Quebec City, a few steps away from Musée de la Civilisation. This is an attraction not to be missed.
For more information, visit Petit Champlain district’s website. visitez le site Web du Quartier du Petit-Champlain
From a historical perspective, Sainte-Anne-de-Beaupre sanctuary is one of the most interesting places. The beauty of the area has its share of myths and legends.
For sports fans in kind, Mont Sainte-Anne is the place. In all seasons, the mountain offers a variety of activities such as hiking, frisbee golf, paragliding, mountain biking and more!
For the most romantic of you, here is an activity that will enable you to discover Old Quebec as well as charm your loved one: take a guided tour of the city with a horse-drawn carriage! For a few hours, sit down comfortably in one of our horse-drawn carriage and let yourself travel at the rhythm of the horses hooves!
For more information, consult the Caleches Quebec’s website.
Located in the heart of Quebec City, the Musee de la Civilisation is an institution in the city. Learn more about Quebec’s history, travel through ancient civilisation or participate in the many activities organised by the museum. It will enable you to explore history in a fun way!
Discover the museum’s exhibitions.
The Musee national des beaux-arts du Quebec has for mission “to make known, promote and preserve Quebec art of all periods.” Interactive, interesting and dynamic, the museum offers you to discover or rediscover Quebec’s art. In addition to that, you will be able to discover international art through different temporary exhibits. Experience the world of one of the numerous artists, such as Jean-Paul Riopelle, Alfred Pellan, Jean Paul Lemieux and many others.
Discover current exhibitions at the museum.
The Crepuscule show features 19 international-level circus artists and two musicians. The show tells the story of grown-up kids who invented a suspended village.
From July 21st to September 6th, from Tuesday to Sunday, it is an opportunity you won’t want to miss as night falls. Moreover, it is free !
For more details on the show and its schedule, please visit Quebec City’s official website.
Address: Port of Quebec Agora, 120 rue Dalhousie
Phone: 581 998-flip