Inside the old Arsenal British garrison (where troops were stationed in the 19th century), this beautifully renovated museum displays...
Competitive rowers and kayakers, along with other amateur athletes, train at this 2.2km-long former rowing basin built for the 1976...
This Village meat market attracts older, heavier men, and its dark, down-at-the-heels design might bring to mind New York gay bars of...
Le Grain de Sel
This tiny, friendly bistro just beyond the eastern edge of the Village exudes old-world ambience with a small bar and open kitchen. The...
La Ronde information
Québec’s largest amusement park, La Ronde has a battery of impressive rides, including Le Monstre, the world’s highest double wooden roller coaster; and Le Vampire, a corkscrew roller coaster with gut-wrenching turns. For a more peaceful experience, there’s a Ferris wheel and a gentle minirail that offers views of the river and city.
Concerts and shows are held throughout the summer, and fireworks explode overhead on weekend evenings (when the park stays open later).