Things to do in Québec
With over 400 years of history, arts, and culture, Quebec City is one of the oldest European settlements in North America. Discover the city's French charm and explore Old Quebec, the Parliament building, and the Citadel. If you prefer the outdoors, there are multiple snowmobile trails, three ski mountains, and a dogsledding camp all less than an hour from our resort. From recreational activities to historic landmarks, our national capital city is sure to have something for everyone to enjoy.
- Aquarium du Québec
- Baie de Beauport
- Expéditions Nouvelle Vague
- Ice Hotel
- Musee de la civilisation
- Old Quebec City
- Parc de la Chute-Montmorency
- Ski du Québec
- The Citadelle
- The Parliament Building
- Village Vacances Valcartier
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Quebec Summer Festival - This 11-days Quebec City music festival is known for its eclectic musical selection and happens the first week of July every year. With a total attendance of about 1.5 million and hundreds of performances spread over a dozen venues this event is one of North America's largest.
The Citadel - Built between 1820 and 1850 this British fortress is the largest of its kind in north America. Find out it played a critical role in the city's defense system atop Cape Diamond.
Village Vacances Valcartier - Skate at the winter playground, ride the waves at the indoor waterpark, pitch a tent at the 4-star campground, or raft the Jacques-Cartier. All just 25 minutes from our resort.
Dogsledding - Try something new and go for a dogsled ride. Learn how to handle the sled, tour the kennel, or even camp overnight. Plus, our free shuttle service will take you there and back.
Old Quebec City - Full of history and culture, spend a day touring Old Quebec City and experience its rich French heritage, religious artifacts, fine dining, and shopping.
The Parliament Building - Built in 1886 this eight-floor building is home to the Parliament of Quebec and features an architectural style popular for prestigious buildings both in France and the United States during the late 19th century.
Snowmobiling - Our resort is ideally located directly along Quebec's longest snowmobile trail #3. This trail also connects with many other trails that could take you to the Saguenay-Lac-St-Jean region.
Ice Hotel - Visit this one-of-a-kind architectural marvel and see what it is like to stay in a hotel made entirely of ice. Sign up for a tour and finish at the frozen bar where you can enjoy a cocktail from an ice glass.
Stoneham - Only 35 minutes from our hotel is this popular ski destination. From bunny hills and black diamonds to half pipes and snow parks, Stoneham has a slope style for everyone.
Musée de la civilisation - Tour any of the 10 interactive themed exhibits including Egyptian Magic and Featured Objects which showcases over 250,000 different objects, archives, and rare, old books.
Aquarium du Québec - Take a short 20 minute drive and discover thousands of sea animals, walruses, polar bears, and even touch some specimens any time of year at Aquarium du Québec.
Parc de la Chute-Montmorency - Visit this beautiful park and witness one of its natural treasures, Montmorency Waterfalls which are tallest in all of Québec - even taller than Niagara Falls.
Wendake - Visit one of the first nations of Quebec and learn about the culture, traditions, and history of the Huron people.
Calèches Quebec - Make your trip through Old Quebec even more memorable by seeing the sights from a horse-drawn carriage.
Baie de Beauport - This oasis is ideally located on the beach with stunning views of the St-Lawrence River. Check out one of the many activities always happening from free Zumba on Saturdays, to kayaking, windsurfing, and even graffiti workshops.
Expèditions Nouvelle Vague - Explore the Jacques-Cartier River on an exhilarating rafting expedition. With a professional team on board the experience is suited for rafters with all levels of experience.