Musée de la Civilisation
This museum wows you even before you’ve clapped your eyes on the exhibitions. It is a fascinating mix of modern design that incorporates...
Seminaire de Québec
Founded in 1663, this Roman Catholic seminary is one of the city's oldest institutions.
Set clandestinely in the stone cave-cellar of one of the city’s oldest surviving houses (dating from 1754), this great tavern pours out...
For cozy French bistro atmosphere, you can't beat this cute, traditional hole-in-the-wall down by the Vieux-Port. The menu abounds in...
73 Rue Sault-au-Matelot · interesting places nearby
Everything comes beautifully plated and bursting with flavor at this relaxed but classy bistro, one of the rare Old Town eateries where locals regularly outnumber tourists. Classics such as duck confit, steak frites and salmon tartare share the menu with daily specials like fish and mussel stew in a lobster-and-wine broth. The terrific wine list favors bottles from France.