Musée de l'Amérique Francophone
On the grounds of the Séminaire de Québec (Québec Seminary), this museum is purported to be Canada’s oldest. Permanent exhibits...
Québec's Roman Catholic basilica got its start as a small church in 1647. Despite frequent fires and battle damage over the ensuing...
Seminaire de Québec
Founded in 1663, this Roman Catholic seminary is one of the city's oldest institutions.
Les Gros Becs
Devoted to children and young people, this brilliantly creative French-language theater company mounts over a dozen shows annually. Its...
Hidden away on a side street just off the beaten path, this charming little cafe serves tasty sandwiches, homemade soups and quiches,...
20 Côte de la Fabrique · interesting places nearby
One of the city’s business success stories, Simons was started as a dry-goods store in the 1800s by the son of a Scottish immigrant. By 1952 his descendants had turned the business into a successful clothing store. It’s popular all over Québec for stocking items more cutting-edge than those at competing department stores. There’s been a Simons at this location since 1870.