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Don’t skip out on these super summer attractions!
With so many sites to see, you will surely enjoy exploring the province. In addition to 24 attractions, there are 66 other major attractions well worth visiting. Parks, historic sites, museums and many others await! If you love nature, history or culture, you will get your fill of fun this season, with tons of activities and expositions lined up at different locations across the province.

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There is a place called Percé where 110,000 northern gannets and 250,000 other seabirds live on a single island, where a 5-million-ton monolith rises from the sea and where the moments are as mémorable as the local delicacies.

On the map, ... See More

 
REGION:
Gaspésie/Québec maritime


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Welcome to the peak of fine vacationing at Le Massif de Charlevoix, a four-season recreational tourism destination. Le Massif encompasses both the brand-new Hôtel La Ferme, located in Baie-Saint-Paul, and the scenic Train of Le Massif, running between Québec City and La ... See More

 
REGION:
Charlevoix

Toll-free: 1-877-536-2774

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It's time for an unforgettable cruise with Croisières Lachance to the Grosse Île and Irish Memorial National Historic Site. You'll discover the St. Lawrence River and the history of a quarantine station. The cruise to Grosse-Île departs from Berthier-sur-Mer, about an hour's ... See More

 
REGION:
Chaudière-Appalaches

Tel: 855-268-9090

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One of the world's most visited shrines, Saint Joseph's Oratory stands splendid, historic and soulful atop Mount Royal. Pilgrims and visitors from all around the world and of any persuasion are welcome.

When you first catch sight of this mammoth, founded ... See More

 
REGION:
Montréal

Toll-free: 1-877-672-8647

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Granby Zoo invites visitors to come walk along the zoo's paths from which they can observe 1,000 animals, including 200 exotic species, such as elephants, giraffe, gorillas and tigers. There are also some twenty presentations given by guides and naturalists.

Don't ... See More

 
REGION:
Eastern Townships


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Rich in natural attractions, the Mont-Tremblant region is a true paradise for nature lovers and sports enthusiasts. It is a summer heaven with its multitude of activities and animated villages.

Mont-Tremblant evokes superlatives. At 3,150 feet, this mountain, which the Abenakis ... See More

 
REGION:
The Laurentians


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Whale watching is an extremely popular activity in Quebec. The Manicouagan region is one of the best places in the world to observe marine mammals and the Route des Baleines (Whale Route) is an absolute must if you want to have front ... See More

 
REGION:
Côte-Nord - Manicouagan/Québec maritime


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Irresistible Québec City! Cobblestone streets, epicurean delights, terraces, the romantic Château Frontenac on Cap Diamant overlooking the majestic St. Lawrence River and the Lower Town Place-Royale...

Québec City has a personality, an attitude, a lifestyle... A whole array of emotional experiences ... See More

 
REGION:
Québec City & Area


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Located in Val-d'Or, this historic mining village, complete with a real mine, buildings and authentic equipment, is worth its weight in gold! Become a miner for a day and enjoy a unique experience in a real mine as you go 91 metres ... See More

 
REGION:
Abitibi-Témiscamingue

Toll-free: 1-855-825-1274

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Like fine wine, Montréal comes with its own set of adjectives: irresistible, vibrant, passionate, cosmopolitan and definitely festive! Explore Montréal by foot and discover for yourself what makes this city so unique.

Set between the St. Lawrence River and modern downtown ... See More

 
REGION:
Montréal


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The Îles de la Madeleine are located right in the middle of the Gulf of St. Lawrence, more than 200 km (124 mi) from Gaspésie's shores. What a great reason to go on a cruise!

The archipelago is made up of ... See More

 
REGION:
Îles de la Madeleine/Québec maritime


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Located in Hemmingford, not far from the American border, this zoo is home to 75 different species of animals, sweeping visitors off to get close to the heart of Africa, right here in Quebec. Parc Safari aims to protect and preserve endangered ... See More

 
REGION:
Montérégie

Tel: 450-247-2727

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Located in the St. Lawrence River Estuary, Bic National Park proudly showcases capes, bays, coves, islands and mountains, which have all contributed to its renown. Thousands of marine birds, including the eider duck, come here to nest; rare plants flower on the ... See More

 
REGION:
Bas-Saint-Laurent/Québec maritime


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The Canadian Museum of Civilization is home to the world's largest and finest collection of totem poles and showcases over 1000 years of Canadian history. It also houses the Canadian Children's Museum, the Canadian Postal Museum and the IMAX Theatre. Facing Parliament ... See More

 
REGION:
Outaouais


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Beyond the 49th parallel lies the James Bay Municipality, one of the largest in the world which covers an area of 350,000 square kilometers.

Gigantic and grandiose are the words that come to mind when you journey to the James Bay ... See More

 
REGION:
Baie-James


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The cold waters of the St. Lawrence Estuary provide a summer feast for 13 species of cetaceans. Keep your eyes peeled for the spectacular sight of the massive head of a humpback or sperm whale; carefully approach a minke or fin whale; ... See More

 
REGION:
Charlevoix


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Land of lakes and forests, home to hills, streams and falls, La Mauricie National Park of Canada awaits you. You will be enchanted by diverse plant and animal life in the territory, typical of the Laurentian Mountains. In different seasons, you can ... See More

 
REGION:
Mauricie


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The Saguenay Fjord is breathtakingly beautiful. Carved by glaciers more than one billion years ago, the fjord is one of the world's most ancient geological formations. It is 120 km long, between 1 and 3 km wide, and is lined with spectacular ... See More

 
REGION:
Saguenay - Lac-Saint-Jean


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Located in Kingsey Falls, Parc Marie-Victorin is a 29-acre site featuring 6 gardens, a tropical greenhouse teeming with exotic birds and a provincial leader in designing 3D mosaiculture displays. A destination to discover for anyone who loves horticulture.

Indeed, nature comes ... See More

 
REGION:
Centre-du-Québec

Tel: 888-753-7272
Toll-free: 1-888-753-7272

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Make way for the spectacular Mont-Tremblant National Park! Take part in this grandiose display given by Mother Nature that includes lakes and rivers and mountains. Stretching as far as the eye can see are the rounded peaks of the Laurentian mountain range, ... See More

 
REGION:
Lanaudière

Tel: 819-688-2281

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Be mesmerized by the Daniel-Johnson Dam, the largest multiple-arch-and-buttress dam in the world. Its unique design is a testament to Québec's engineering genius. Its main arch is high enough to contain the Montréal Olympic Stadium! The views from the foot of the ... See More

 
REGION:
Côte-Nord - Manicouagan/Québec maritime

Tel: 418-296-6329
Toll-free: 1-866-526-2642

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The Cosmodome in Laval is a museum devoted to space exploration. It features a brand-new interactive concept with three fun, interactive, educational missions, lasting 60 minutes each, that are sure to please visitors 7 years old and up.

The "Red ... See More

 
REGION:
Laval

Toll-free: 1-800-565-2267

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Mingan Archipelago National Park Reserve of Canada encompasses thousands of islands and islets spread out over an area of 152 km (94 mi). Discover striking natural sculptures, astonishing plant life and unusual birds. What better way to break your routine than taking ... See More

 
REGION:
Côte-Nord - Duplessis/Québec maritime


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Montréal's Olympic Park is located in the Hochelaga-Maisonneuve district and home to the 1976 Olympic Games. Ride the tower funicular. At the top of this 140-metre inclined tower, the highest of its kind in the world, you will be mesmerized by a ... See More

 
REGION:
Montréal


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This environmentally friendly spa is like a gift from Mother Nature. To fully relax, guests slip into the tranquil grottos, steam baths, saunas, Nordic and thermal falls or unwind in the Salle noire (black room), which offers a sensory experience unique in ... See More

 
REGION:
Lanaudière

Toll-free: 1-877-834-7727

Attractions

Come explore a whole new world with a GoHelico helicopter tour!
Thanks to a fleet stocked with the latest generation of helicopters offering an unequalled level of comfort, security, and visibility, GoHelico is the first choice for those wishingfor a helicopter excursion. ... See More

 
REGION:
Québec City & Area

Tel: 418-871-0800
Toll-free: 1-855-871-0800

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27) JACQUES-CARTIER NATIONAL PARK

Less than 30 minutes from Québec City is the Jacques-Cartier National Park, with a river offering plenty of excitement for beginners and experts alike. Going down the river by canoe, kayak, mini-raft or even by inner tube lets you discover the park in a whole different way and could even put you face-to-face with a moose, a beaver or the great blue heron.

 
REGION:
Québec City & Area

Tel: 418-848-3169
Toll-free: 1-800-665-6527

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28) PARC DE LA CHUTE MONTMORENCY

Just a few minutes away from downtown Québec City, discover the Parc de la Chute-Montmorency, one of Québec's most spectacular historical and natural sites. The Montmorency Falls are 83 metres high.

 
REGION:
Québec City & Area

Tel: 418-663-3330

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29) GROSSE ÎLE AND THE IRISH MEMORIAL NATIONAL HISTORIC SITE

Grosse Île, once called «quarantine island,» served as the Port of Québec's quarantine station from 1832 to 1937. In 1847, the island witnessed the tragic fate of Irish immigrants who left their homeland to escape the Great Famine. At Grosse Île you will have one foot in nature and the other in history.

 
REGION:
Chaudière-Appalaches

Toll-free: 1-877-773-8888

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30) QUEBEC'S OLD PORT CRESCENT

Québec City's first commercial centre, with narrow streets and architecture that recalls four centuries of history. Come and discover our artisans, boutiques, bistros, restaurants, art galleries and antique dealers. One of the most diverse districts in Québec City.

 
REGION:
Québec City & Area

Tel: 418-694-4469

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31) MUSÉE NATIONAL DES BEAUX-ARTS DU QUÉBEC

Located at the heart of the Plains of Abraham, the Musée national des beaux-arts du Québec holds a collection of nearly 35,000 works from the XVII century to today. Paintings, sculptures, drawings, photos, engravings and decorative art objects illustrate Quebec heritage. Temporary exhibitions also present the work of great masters from Quebec, Canada, the United States and Europe.

 
REGION:
Québec City & Area

Toll-free: 1-866-220-2150

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32) LA CITÉ DE L'ÉNERGIE

This theme park addresses the themes of energy in all its forms, as well as the production of aluminum and pulp and paper. Don't miss the evening show «AMOS DARAGON - The First Adventure». Also, two new exhibitions: «Musée du Premier ministre Jean Chrétien, Le Canada dans le monde,» and «Fire! Fire» features the most impressive collection of fire engines in Canada dating back to the mid-nineteenth century.

 
REGION:
Mauricie

Toll-free: 1-866-900-2483

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33) THE MONTRÉAL TOWER OBSERVATORY

Built for the 1976 Olympic Games, the Stadium is a futuristic creation. This impressive structure is crowned by the world's highest inclined tower. Ride the funicular to reach its summit where the Observatory offers a breathtaking panoramic view of Montréal and beyond.

 
REGION:
Montréal

Tel: 514-252-4737
Toll-free: 1-877-997-0919

Attractions
34) CHÂTEAU RAMEZAY, MONTRÉAL HISTORIC SITE AND MUSEUM OF MONTRÉAL

Built in the 18th century under the French regime, Château Ramezay is one of the few vestiges left from that time that is still open to visitors. Relive more than 500 years of history at the Château, from the pre-contact Amerindian era to the 20th century. Château Ramezay welcomes you to discover its collections, with multimedia portrayals of historical figures who recount highlights of their lives at the Château.

 
REGION:
Montréal

Tel: 514-861-3708

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35) CROISIÈRES DU FJORD

Croisières du Fjord has been offering its services on the majestic Saguenay fjord for over 35 years. Discover the breathtaking cliffs and learn about the history of the river.

 
REGION:
Saguenay - Lac-Saint-Jean

Tel: 418-543-7630
Toll-free: 1-800-363-7248

Attractions
36) STEWART MUSEUM

The Stewart Museum is located in a British military depot on Sainte-Hélène Island. Spanning more than five centuries of history, the exhibition «History and Memory» features themes that range from navigation and maritime trade to day-to-day life in New France. The Stewart Museum highlights the last few centuries in the West with true stories, feats of arm and passions.

 
REGION:
Montréal

Tel: 514-861-6701

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37) MONTREAL CANADIENS HALL OF FAME

The Montreal Canadiens Hall of Fame is a must-see destination for learning about the history of the Habs, since its founding in 1909. Located right at the Bell Centre, this museum makes use of objects, images and interactive screens in a 10,000-square-foot space to illustrate this club's historic moments and how it thrills crowds and warms the hearts of Quebecers during cold winters. The Montreal Canadiens Hall of Fame is a must for hockey fans of all ages.

 
REGION:
Montréal

Tel: 514-925-7777

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38) SAGUENAY, A CITY, A FJORD

A tourist destination where nature meets urban attractions. Let yourself be charmed by all that Saguenay has to offer: activities, urban amenities, the fjord and the wilderness!

 
REGION:
Saguenay - Lac-Saint-Jean

Tel: 418-698-3157
Toll-free: 1-800-463-6565

Attractions
39) POINTE-À-CALLIÈRE, MONTRÉAL MUSEUM OF ARCHAEOLOGY AND HISTORY

Pointe-à-Callière is a national historic site and the birthplace of Montréal. It is the only museum in North America built over authentic remains that takes visitors on an animated underground archaeological tour. Cutting-edge technology has been used to illustrate the history of Montréal under new and original lighting. A captivating cultural experience!

 
REGION:
Montréal

Tel: 514-872-9150

Attractions
40) SITE DE LA NOUVELLE-FRANCE

Meet colourful historical figures who will guide you on a tour of our four re-enactments of 17th century Québec City. Archaeological digs and traditional or contemporary meals also await you in this real open-air museum. New equestrian show.

 
REGION:
Saguenay - Lac-Saint-Jean

Tel: 418-544-8027
Toll-free: 1-888-666-8027

Attractions
41) GROUPE DUFOUR CRUISES

Set sail with Groupe Dufour and enjoy whale watching cruises with departures from Baie-Sainte-Catherine and Tadoussac, two picturesque coastal villages located at the mouth of the Saguenay Fjord, only two and half hours from Québec.

 
REGION:
Charlevoix

Tel: 418-692-0222
Toll-free: 1-800-463-5250

Attractions
42) FJORD DU SAGUENAY NATIONAL PARK

Feel the immensity of time in Saguenay Fjord, where Mother Nature moved mountains to create this marvel. Explore the park's three vast, distinct sectors: Baie-Éternité, Tadoussac and Baie-Sainte-Marguerite.

 
REGION:
Saguenay - Lac-Saint-Jean

Tel: 418-242-1556
Toll-free: 1-800-665-6527

Attractions
43) ORFORD EXPRESS TOURIST TRAIN

Get carried away with a gourmet getaway on board one of the most beautiful tourist trains, the Orford Express. The Orford Express offers guided train outings through magnificent landscapes in the Eastern Townships, with a gourmet meal served on board.

 
REGION:
Eastern Townships

Tel: 819-575-8081
Toll-free: 1-866-575-8081

Attractions
44) SITE HISTORIQUE MARITIME DE LA POINTE-AU-PÈRE

The Site historique maritime de la Pointe-au-Père invites visitors to explore the Onondaga submarine, unique in Canada! Make sure to stop by the Empress of Ireland Pavilion, where the passenger boat's prestigious history is told, from its construction in 1906 until its sinking in 1914. A 3D show recreates the atmosphere of this tragic night. The Pointe-au-Père Lighthouse, erected in 1909, played a central role in the history of navigation on the Saint-Lawrence River.

 
REGION:
Bas-Saint-Laurent/Québec maritime

Tel: 418-724-6214

Attractions
45) BORÉALIS, CENTER FOR THE HISTORY OF THE PAPER INDUSTRY

Boréalis offers visitors an experience rich in discovery! Discover activities based on themes such as the Saint-Maurice River, the forest, log driving, lumberjacks, the development of life as a worker and the great paper industry. A former industrial site transformed into a history centre where you can discover underground vaults, make your own paper, access a magnificent observation tower and much more!

 
REGION:
Mauricie

Tel: 819-375-4633

Attractions
46) OBSERVATOIRE DE LA CAPITALE

The Observatoire de la Capitale invites you to enjoy a 360-degree view of the city from 221 metres (725 feet) up! Your destination, the 31st floor to admire Québec from its highest point. In addition to unique points of view, discover the city's past with an interactive, multimedia journey. Interactive terminals, cocoons of sound, 3D images; modern technology will dive you into the rich history of Québec City. Once back on the ground, you will see the city differently.

 
REGION:
Québec City & Area

Toll-free: 1-888-497-4322

Attractions
47) CROISIÈRE AML CRUISES

Meet the world's most fascinating and majestic creatures, the WHALES! Choose the comfort and the exceptional panoramic view aboard the Grand Fleuve, the best observation boat in Canada!

 
REGION:
Charlevoix

Tel: 418-692-1159
Toll-free: 1-866-858-1118

Attractions
48) VÉLOROUTE DES BLEUETS

256-km cycling circuit around majestic Lake Saint-Jean. This circuit offers you the opportunity to discover unusual sites and major tourist attractions as well as to relax in some of the campgrounds, hotels, bed and breakfasts and inns along the way.

 
REGION:
Saguenay - Lac-Saint-Jean

Tel: 418-668-4541
Toll-free: 1-866-550-4541

Attractions
49) CANYON SAINTE-ANNE

Astonishing! Enter the spectacular Sainte-Anne Canyon dating back to the ice age and hollowed out of rock 1.2 billion years old. Admire the imposing 74-metre (243-foot) high waterfall, taller than Niagara Falls. Cross over three suspended bridges. Come explore this natural gem, its giant potholes, little canyon and other curiosities. Take on the challenge of a rally or Stone Stories games. Family trails and, for the more adventurous, via ferrata and giant zip line.

 
REGION:
Québec City & Area

Tel: 418-824-4057

Attractions
50) VILLAGE HISTORIQUE VAL-JALBERT

Stop over in Chambord in the Lac-Saint-Jean region and as if by magic, you will suddenly be swept into heart of the 1920s in the mono-industrial town of Val-Jalbert.

 
REGION:
Saguenay - Lac-Saint-Jean

Tel: 418-275-3132
Toll-free: 1-888-675-3132

Attractions
51) AQUARIUM DU QUÉBEC

Experience the Aquarium du Québec! During this amazing journey that will take you all the way to the North Pole, you can observe nearly 10,000 specimens representing indigenous and exotic fish, invertebrates, amphibians and reptiles, as well as marine mammals, such as Atlantic and Pacific walrus, seals and the polar bear. You can also enjoy the hebertism circuit and water games for children. Fun discoveries!

 
REGION:
Québec City & Area

Toll-free: 1-866-659-5264

Attractions
52) CTMA GROUP

Group CTMA offers a weekly cruise between Montréal, Gaspésie and the
Îles de la Madeleine, with a stop in Québec City. CTMA also runs a daily ferry between Prince Edward Island and the Îles de la Madeleine.

 
REGION:
Îles de la Madeleine/Québec maritime

Tel: 418-986-3278
Toll-free: 1-888-986-3278

Attractions
53) MUSÉE DE LA CIVILISATION

PARIS ON STAGE: 1889-1914: From June 19, 2013 to February 23, 2014
An immersive exhibition that plunges visitors head first into the bustle, effervescence, and energy of Belle Époque Paris. Come and find out how Paris became the European cultural capital of its time. A wondrous journey through time and space!

 
REGION:
Québec City & Area

Tel: 418-643-2158
Toll-free: 1-866-710-8031

Attractions
54) CITADELLE DE QUÉBEC - ROYAL 22E RÉGIMENT MUSEUM

The Citadelle of Québec invites visitors to discover Québec's military history, while enjoying the outstanding view of the city and the St. Lawrence River. The Citadelle is the largest British fortress in North America. Guided tours of the Citadelle and the Royal 22e Régiment Museum are offered year round. Watch the changing of the guard in the summer, every day from June 24 to the first Monday in September.

 
REGION:
Québec City & Area

Tel: 418-694-2815

Attractions
55) OKA NATIONAL PARK

Swimming, hiking and cycling are some of the more popular things to do in the park. Oka National Park is also rich in heritage, with some of the roots of the Québécois people originating here. A must-see is the Calvaire d'Oka trail, with its Way of the Cross that's unlike any other in North America.

 
REGION:
The Laurentians

Tel: 450-479-8365
Toll-free: 1-800-665-6527

Attractions
56) VALCARTIER VACATION VILLAGE

There are many things to do for families and groups of friends in the park. Take the ride of your life in any of the 35 water slides, such as the Pirates' Hideout, Dungeon City, the Amazon and the wave pool. You can even camp on their ultramodern campsite, with 700 sites and 22 tepees to choose from.

 
REGION:
Québec City & Area

Tel: 418-844-2200
Toll-free: 1-888-384-5524

Attractions
57) ATRIUM LE 1000

A truly original escapade with friends or family, the Atrium Le 1000 de la Gauchetière invites you to lace up your skates and groove to the sound of a energetic music in a spectacular setting. The Atrium Le 1000 is an indoor skating rink offering numerous activities, and a skate rental service. This magnificent skating rink is located on the ground floor of downtown Montreal's tallest building.

 
REGION:
Montréal

Tel: 514-395-0555

Attractions
58) AMPHI TOURS

In 1985, Amphi Tours launched a guided tour of Montréal aboard an unusual vehicle, the Amphi-Bus. This combination of bus and boat provides thousands of visitors with the opportunity to discover Montréal in a unique, safe way! The adventure begins by taking you through the streets of Old Montréal and then onto the waters of the majestic St. Lawrence River where you can take in a view of downtown and Mount Royal.

 
REGION:
Montréal

Tel: 514-849-5181

Attractions
59) MONT SAINT-SAUVEUR WATER PARK

Mont Saint-Sauveur Water Park is the ultimate family experience outing. Thrilling water slides, exciting rafting, lazy river, alpine coaster and children?s water play area are among the tons of activities that will enchant every personality. Mont Saint-Sauveur Water Park?THE ideal summer destination for a refreshing adventure.

 
REGION:
The Laurentians

Tel: 450-227-4671

Attractions
60) BLEU LAVANDE

Just a few minutes from the charming town of Magog, enjoy the many activities offered by Bleu Lavande, the largest lavender producer in Canada. Walk around the huge lavender fields to savour the view and the scent of the flowers, relax in this exceptional rural setting.

 
REGION:
Eastern Townships

Tel: 819-876-5851
Toll-free: 1-888-876-5851

Attractions
61) COUDRIER CRUISES

A unique maritime experience with Coudrier Cruise! The Desgagné family invites you to visit the mysterious Grosse Île or the wonderful Isle aux Grues on the St. Lawrence River. Come aboard for a guided sightseeing cruise around the Québec area or enjoy a romantic dinner-cruise.

 
REGION:
Québec City & Area

Toll-free: 1-800-600-5554

Attractions
62) POINTE-TAILLON NATIONAL PARK

The park is a large peninsula made up mostly of fine sand streaked with scarlet-coloured minerals, providing a flat relief to the landscape. You can take long walks on its vast sandy shoreline without ever seeing the end. There's also swimming at the supervised beach in Lac Saint-Jean's exceptionally warm fresh water.

 
REGION:
Saguenay - Lac-Saint-Jean

Tel: 418-347-5371
Toll-free: 1-800-665-6527

Attractions
63) LE SCANDINAVE SPA MONT-TREMBLANT

Le Scandinave Spa Mont-Tremblant proposes a pleasant outdoor adventure, where calm and well-being reign in an environment that blends in perfectly with the surrounding natural landscapes. There is a Finnish sauna, a Norwegian steam bath, outdoor whirlpools, Nordic and thermal waterfalls, terraces, an outdoor fireplace, year-round swimming in the river and deer-watching, in season.

 
REGION:
The Laurentians

Tel: 819-425-5524

Attractions
64) FORTIFICATIONS OF QUÉBEC NATIONAL HISTORIC SITE

History buffs, adventurers, photographers, or lovers of breathtaking vistas, come discover the history and program at the Fortifications of Québec National Historic Site, an exceptional site. The Fortifications of Québec showcases the defensive system built between 1608 and 1871 in Québec City, Canada's major stronghold throughout the colonial period. It?s a great place to discover the rich military history of Québec City, the only remaining walled city in North America.

 
REGION:
Québec City & Area

Toll-free: 1-888-773-8888

Attractions
65) EXPORAIL, THE CANADIAN RAILWAY MUSEUM

At Exporail, the Canadian Railway Museum, you can discover Canada's largest collection of railway equipment, which is also one of the largest in the world, with more than 160 vehicles. Visit the exhibit pavilion, explore the discovery trail of outdoor thematic islets, and ride a vintage street car and the miniature railway. A fantastic way to learn more about the fascinating universe of trains and to enjoy an unforgettable railway experience!

 
REGION:
Montérégie

Tel: 450-632-2410

Attractions
66) PARC NATIONAL DES HAUTES-GORGES

Parc national des Hautes-Gorges-de-la-Rivière-Malbaie is one of Quebec's most magnificent natural features. The park was named for a network of deep valleys cut into a range of high mountains. Steep slopes, beautiful landscapes and the Malbaie River's unusual course make this one-of-a-kind site truly exceptional.

 
REGION:
Charlevoix

Toll-free: 1-800-665-6527

Attractions
67) NOTRE-DAME BASILICA OF MONTREAL - AND THEN THERE WAS LIGHT

Come and experience the history of Montréal and the Notre-Dame Basilica through a cutting-edge multimedia show that showcases the historical, cultural, architectural and spiritual heritage of the Basilica.

 
REGION:
Montréal

Tel: 514-842-2925
Toll-free: 1-866-842-2925

Attractions
68) CASINO DU LAC-LEAMY

Step into a magical world! Take advantage of the casino's bars and
restaurants, including the prestigious Le Baccara restaurant, awarded the
CAA/AAA Five Diamond rating, and enjoy shows at the Théâtre du Casino and a comfortable stay at the five-star Hilton Lac-Leamy hotel.

 
REGION:
Outaouais

Tel: 819-772-2100
Toll-free: 1-800-665-2274

Attractions
69) ÉCO-ODYSSÉE

At Eco-Odyssée you will live a one-of-a-kind experience. In extraordinary natural settings discover the beaver's habitat while travelling through an amazing water maze. Choose the adventure that suits you and enjoy the splendour of the marsh environment from the comfort of your paddle boat. Learn to identify numerous animal and plant species that live hidden in this haven of greenery. You will be charmed by a journey filled with discoveries.

 
REGION:
Outaouais

Tel: 819-459-2551

Attractions
70) L'ODYSSÉE DES BÂTISSEURS THEME PARK

In Lac-Saint-Jean, water is everywhere. Discover how this resource has helped foster development in the region by enjoying all the activities offered at L'Odyssée des Bâtisseurs Theme Park.

 
REGION:
Saguenay - Lac-Saint-Jean

Toll-free: 1-866-668-2606

Attractions
71) MONTRÉAL BOTANICAL GARDEN & INSECTARIUM

Considered one of the world's best, the Montréal Botanical Garden features some 30 thematic gardens, 10 exhibition greenhouses and a vast arboretum. Located on the same site, the Insectarium will introduce you to insects from around the world.

 
REGION:
Montréal

Tel: 514-872-1400

Attractions
72) BATEAU-MOUCHE AT THE OLD PORT OF MONTRÉAL

Experience the stunning convergence of sun, river and city aboard a Bateau-Mouche river cruise. The best floating terrace in Montréal! You can enjoy the views out on deck or inside the air-conditioned glassed-in area. The Bateau-Mouche is the only vessel fitted to ply the waters between Île Sainte-Hélène and Île Notre-Dame.

 
REGION:
Montréal

Tel: 514-849-9952
Toll-free: 1-800-361-9952

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73) LES GALERIES DE LA CAPITALE'S MÉGA PARC

Located within les galeries de la capitale, the méga parc is the largest indoor amusement park in eastern canada. The park offers 20 attractions for the whole family, including a skating rink, rollercoaster, ferris wheel, merry-go-round, climbing wall, mini-putt, arcade and bowling. It also hosts exciting exhibitions and shows as well as numerous family events and activities.

 
REGION:
Québec City & Area

Tel: 418-627-5800

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74) SKI BROMONT.COM WATER PARK

There are a thousand and one ways to have a ball at the Ski Bromont Water Park: rafting, Tarzan swing, dizzying waterslides, mountain sleds and the new mountain biking trails! Come and try them out! Helmets and bikes provided.

 
REGION:
Eastern Townships

Tel: 450-534-2200
Toll-free: 1-866-276-6668

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75) THE IMAGE MILL

The Image Mill is a forty-minute visual and audio production that is projected against the grain silos in the Old Port of Québec. It's an animated mosaic of engravings, photos and videos that create an impressionistic portrait of the city over time.

 
REGION:
Québec City & Area


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76) MONT-SAINTE-ANNE

Discover Mont-Sainte-Anne with its awe-inspiring countryside and spectacular view of the St. Lawrence River. And so many things to do! Take a trip in the panoramic gondola to see countryside that will take your breath away. There's an observation tower at the top of the mountain, along with interpretation panels and a genuine canine village (the only one in Canada!). All that, plus thirty-two kilometres of hiking trails.

 
REGION:
Québec City & Area

Tel: 418-827-4561
Toll-free: 1-800-463-1568

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77) LES CHEMINS INVISIBLES (INVISIBLE ROADS)

Cirque du Soleil has quite the gift for Québec City, even if the city's 400th birthday party is over! Last year, to mark the 25th anniversary of one of the world's great circuses, it presented a large-scale roving show under the theme Les Chemins invisibles (invisible roads). The show is back this year to bring back the magic for everyone who will be travelling that road again.

 
REGION:
Québec City & Area


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78) CASINO DE MONT-TREMBLANT

A jewel set in the heart of the mountain, this upscale establishment conveys an atmosphere of inviting warmth - a precious gem, nested in a spectacular natural environment.

 
REGION:
The Laurentians

Tel: 819-429-4150
Toll-free: 1-877-574-2177

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79) OMEGA PARK

Discover many species of wild animals in their natural habitat from the vantage point of your vehicle. Drive through a 1500-acre enclosed area on a 10-km road that winds through a varied landscape of lakes, meadows, small valleys, forests and rocky hills.

 
REGION:
Outaouais

Tel: 819-423-5487

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80) PLAINS OF ABRAHAM (Battlefields Park)

Set course for the Odyssey multimedia exhibition and relive the past of the Plains of Abraham and historic battles. Discover the new Martello Tower exhibition which makes use of 3D, interactive games, and augmented reality, dive into history and uncover hidden secrets.

 
REGION:
Québec City & Area

Tel: 418-649-6157

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81) LÉVIS FORTS NATIONAL HISTORIC SITE OF CANADA

Fearing an attack on Québec City by the Americans, British authorities had a series of three separate forts built between 1865 and 1872 on the South Shore as part of the Fortifications of Québec. Fort No. 1 is all that remains of this defence line.

 
REGION:
Chaudière-Appalaches

Tel: 418-835-5182
Toll-free: 1-888-773-8888

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82) MUSÉE DU FJORD

Plunge into the fascinating world of the Saguenay Fjord and discover the mysteries that inhabit it. Enjoy fun scientific activities, watch interesting movies and visit captivating exhibits. A museum worth seeing!

 
REGION:
Saguenay - Lac-Saint-Jean

Tel: 418-697-5077
Toll-free: 1-866-697-5077

Attractions
83) QUARTIER PETIT CHAMPLAIN

A must when on a Québec City shopping spree. Romantic atmosphere, heritage architecture, and 50 shops and restaurants.

 
REGION:
Québec City & Area

Tel: 418-692-2613
Toll-free: 1-877-692-2613

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84) BIOSPHÈRE, ENVIRONMENT MUSEUM

An architectural symbol of Montréal since the Expo of 1967, the Biosphère is a unique and spectacular structure. It is also the only environment museum in North America. In fun, stimulating settings, it offers exhibits and guided activities that will help visitors better understand major environmental issues and learn how to find solutions to become an eco-citizen on a daily basis.

 
REGION:
Montréal

Toll-free: 1-855-773-8200

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85) RAFTING MONTRÉAL

Rafting Montréal has thrilling Rafting and Jet boat excursions on the impressive waves of Lachine Rapids, a few minutes from downtown Montréal. Make the most of summer and experience the joys of white water in complete safety! This summer, enjoy a unique, refreshing adventure on the St. Lawrence River.

 
REGION:
Montréal

Tel: 514-767-2230

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86) CASINO DE CHARLEVOIX

Thanks to the Fairmont Le Manoir Richelieu hotel and the Casino de Charlevoix, you can enjoy all the amenities of a world-class resort: luxurious hotel, golf club, conference centre, two pools and a spa, not to mention three renowned restaurants!

 
REGION:
Charlevoix

Tel: 418-665-5300
Toll-free: 1-800-665-2274

Attractions
87) LA RONDE

La Ronde, the number one attraction park in Quebec, is the ideal summer destination for the whole family. Over 40 rides, attractions, family entertainment, a spectacular high-dive show, and the world's most prestigious international fireworks competition (L'International des Feux Loto-Québec).

 
REGION:
Montréal

Tel: 514-397-2000

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88) OLD MONTRÉAL

Old Montréal is one of North America's most popular historic quarters, recognized for its charm and the variety of its businesses. Every year, some 12 million visitors explore the streets of this dynamic, friendly and accessible district.

 
REGION:
Montréal

Tel: 514-732-8685

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89) ZOO SAUVAGE DE SAINT-FÉLICIEN

Come live a boreal adventure at the Zoo sauvage de Saint-Félicien!
A unique experience in enchanting settings where the animals roam free in semi-captivity. Wander through the pedestrian section of the park and climb aboard the caged train.

 
REGION:
Saguenay - Lac-Saint-Jean

Tel: 418-679-0543
Toll-free: 1-800-667-5687

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90) CASINO DE MONTRÉAL

Discover a world of entertainment that will amaze and delight you: glamorous and colourful shows, dinner/show packages at the Cabaret du Casino and exceptional gastronomy at the Casino's four restaurants, including the famous Nuances gourmet restaurant.

 
REGION:
Montréal

Tel: 514-392-2746
Toll-free: 1-800-665-2274