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Quebec: Virtual Reality Immersion Experience

1. Quebec: Virtual Reality Immersion Experience

What if you no longer simply imagined what Québec City was like in the past, but could literally relive its historical events? This 40-minute immersive activity is an innovative concept and an unforgettable experience combining history, culture, and entertainment. Using a virtual reality projection headset, the history of Québec City is revealed in a grandiose way through 3D animation techniques and breathtaking images.

Old Quebec: Nordic Spa Thermal Experience

2. Old Quebec: Nordic Spa Thermal Experience

Discover a complete relaxation experience at Strøm Nordic Spa, located only a few steps from Old Quebec City and the cruise terminal. Enjoy a thermal experience at an exceptional Nordic spa that includes the rental of a bathrobe, a towel, and a locker. Summer or winter, rain or shine, reduce stress as you revive your body and mind.  Begin by relaxing your muscles in the whirlpool hot tubs. Eliminate toxins by going to a heated sauna, followed by a dip in an ice-cold bath and a period of deep relaxation. Upgrade to the premium option to receive a signature freshly-made juice, a souvenir of your choice, a reusable Strøm sandal bag, and a beverage of your choice at the onsite bistro. Practiced for thousands of years, thermotherapy is a wellness ritual based on the external use of water for therapeutic purposes. Benefit from access to the outdoor whirlpools, thermal and Nordic baths, Finnish saunas, eucalyptus steam bath, thermal and Nordic waterfalls, plus indoor and outdoor relaxation areas with fireplaces. The gourmet bistro on-site offers panoramic views of the river and a Scandinavian-inspired cuisine highlighting local products and flavors.

Quebec: Fireworks Show Reserved Seat and 2 Drinks

3. Quebec: Fireworks Show Reserved Seat and 2 Drinks

Uncover the magic of the "Grands Feux Loto-Québec" fireworks event in Quebec with this reserved seat for one of the eight shows in a Adirondack chair with superb views of the action. Be close to the food trucks, bars, and live shows by local artists. Receive two tickets for soft drinks or beers.  Sit on the shores of the St. Lawrence and marvel at a world class fireworks display with rotating themes for each event that takes place over 7 weeks, on Thursday evenings with a special fireworks presented by the Ocean Group on Sunday August 7th. Explore a different theme thorugh fireworks and music. Start with the theme of 'Emotions' on July 21st with a display centered around joy, humor, fear, and love. On July 28th be transported to a world of classic soundtracks and nostalgia with the theme "Children's Heart." Continue with the theme of 'The Divas' on August 4th and rediscover the famous singers from Quebec. On August 7th, presents the theme of "Origins" with a soundtrack created in collaboration with Florent Vollant in that explores First Nation community ideals of respect, mutual aid and sharing. Step back in time with the theme of 'The 70s' on August 11th with disco-infused fireworks. Bring out your bell bottom jeans and your disco balls for a dazzling and unforgettable evening. Enjoy a cinematic and pyrotechnic tribute on August 25th with 'Popcorn Night.' Finally, end the event with the theme of 'Drag.' Immerse yourself in a nightclub atmosphere that is daring, flamboyant, dynamic and sophisticated.

Québec: Fortifications of Old Québec Guided Walking Tour

4. Québec: Fortifications of Old Québec Guided Walking Tour

Explore 400 years of history on this guided walking tour of Old Québec, a UNESCO World Heritage Site. See some of the top landmarks in the area and immerse yourself in the only remaining fortified city north of Mexico. Begin your adventure with stunning views of the St. Lawrence River and the Citadelle of Quebec as you meet your guide on the Dufferin Terrace boardwalk. Walk along and on the fortification walls of Old Québec and get access to a soldiers' casemate. Until September 5, you may finish your tour with a self-guided visit to the heritage buildings in Artillery Park, including the Arsenal Foundry and the Dauphine Redoubt. In the Dauphine Redoubt, erected in 1712, you will find out about the lifestyle of French and British soldiers by encountering guides and characters.

Quebec City: Montmorency Falls Guided Tour and Cable Car

5. Quebec City: Montmorency Falls Guided Tour and Cable Car

Meet your costumed guide at the Manoir Montmorency and set off to discover the mysteries of the park. Learn interesting facts about Montmorency Falls, its hydraulic power as well as important historical events from the past 250 years as you go. Walk on the cliff promenade and the suspension bridge to admire the natural beauty of the park. After the guided tour, enjoy a peaceful and scenic cable car ride to the bottom of the falls. Take in dazzling views of the falls, the St. Lawrence River, and Île d’Orléans. Before leaving the park, try out some of the new walking trails and the contemplative walkway.  

Quebec: Old Town Exploration Game

6. Quebec: Old Town Exploration Game

Explore Quebec's Old Town on a self-guided tour while solving puzzles, clues, and more. Start at the Fontaine de Tourny. Open the app on your smartphone and solve challenges to get precise directions to the next location. Enjoy watching the story unfold as you discover the neighborhood. Play in a large group or compete against each other and see who can get to the last stop, Place Royale, first. Alternatively, you can pause the game and resume any time from the location where you paused it so you can explore the city at your own pace.

Quebec: Cuivres d'Art Albert Gilles Museum Entry & Workshop

7. Quebec: Cuivres d'Art Albert Gilles Museum Entry & Workshop

Enter the world of copper art, known as the art of «Repoussé», mastered by the Gilles family at the Cuivres d'Art Albert Gilles Art Studio & Museum. Share their passion for this disapearing art carried on by 5 women of the family. Learn the history of the art form and how the art studio's founder, Albert Louis Gilles, dedicated his life to his passion. Discover the fascinating life of this artist: the history of how Pope Pius XII commissioned him to execute the silver chalice offered to the archdiocese of Montreal in 1942. Hear stories of how he decorated more than thirty places of worship in North America and Jamaica and homes of famous clients like Mae West, the GM proprietors, or Walt Disney Be amazed by the Christorama exhibit: a collection of 50 panels depicting the Life of Christ, done over a period of 15 years by Albert Gilles. In a second museum, information about copper ore (mining and extraction) and its uses around the world will be unveiled. During your visit the art and different techniques used to shape their creations are brought to light. At the end of the tour and after a demonstration of the technique of Repoussé, you'll use what you learned to create your own piece of copper art to take back home! Tables, copper, and tools are waiting for you to truly experience a unique, hands-on activity with lasting memories.

Quebec: Charlevoix Maritime Museum Official Ticket

8. Quebec: Charlevoix Maritime Museum Official Ticket

For 40 years, the Maritime Museum of Charlevoix has been telling the story of wooden schooners and the cabotage on the St. Lawrence. Live a 360° experience, from the forest to the river, between culture and nature. Discover the old shipyard from 1946 and its four boats in dry dock. The museum also contains the multimedia experience 'Between Pitoune and Dynamite: The St-André Schooner' as real as the life of sailors in 1956. You will have access to a fun, technological and contemporary experience that will amuse young and old. Enjoy the 8.2-hectare park with a touch of poetry, a hebertism trail, a plant labyrinth, an arboretum, sculptures and picnic areas. Furthermore, a 4-kilometer course on its mountain trail in the Marine Forest will offer you a unique window on the St-Laurent river and the Isle-aux-Coudres. You can do the tour of the site in an hour and a half or spend a full day embracing all the museum and surroundings have to offer.

From Levis: Old Quebec Guided Walking Tour

9. From Levis: Old Quebec Guided Walking Tour

Discover Old Quebec starting from the ferry in Levis. We'll explain to you the links between Levis and Quebec. Our guide explains the links between the history, maritime life, and the economy of both cities. During a certain period, the economy was better in Levis than in Quebec. Discover why and also what has changed this economical situation. Walkthrough the Civilisation museum discovering the old shore of the river. Naturally, we make a stop at the "Fresque des Quebecois" to know more about our three periods. Going up to upper town, we'll slowly walk up Cote de la Montagne. Up there, we visit the Quebec basilica and the inside backyard of the Quebec seminary. The basilica could sometimes be closed, then we show you our Holy Gate, the only one out of Europe. During this walking tour, we try to explain to you what makes Quebec so specific. Our difference is not only in our french language. We'll make you discover this specificity. Hoping to meet you in our hometown.

Quebec City: Half-Day Trip to Sainte-Anne-de-Beaupré by Boat

10. Quebec City: Half-Day Trip to Sainte-Anne-de-Beaupré by Boat

Go on a half-day river shuttle adventure between Quebec City and Sainte-Anne-de-Beaupré. View the lush scenery surrounding St. Lawrence River and visit Sainte-Anne-de-Beaupré, Montmorency Falls, and Île d’Orléans Chocolate Factory. On the way back, enjoy a comfortable bus. Begin the experience by enjoying a one-way trip aboard a river shuttle with a magnificent view of the St. Lawrence River and the landscapes surrounding Sainte-Anne-de-Beaupré. Next, disembark at Sainte-Anne-de-Beaupré and take advantage of some free time on a walking tour of the shrine and basilica. Then take an air-conditioned bus to the Montmorency Falls for an up close viewing. Located a mere 15 minutes from Old Québec, Parc de la Chute-Montmorency is a spectacular historic site. Take this opportunity to get close to it and feel all its might. An 83-metre-high waterfall dominates the landscape. After that, hop on an air-conditioned bus to the Île d’Orléans Chocolate Factory and see how chocolate is produced there. Finally, return by bus to Place d’Armes in Quebec City. Depart from the Port of Quebec Harbor near the Louise basin locks. Enjoy a lunch Box and a drink, offered on board.

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What people are saying about Quebec City

Overall rating

4.6 / 5

based on 379 reviews

Very nice experience for a first at the spa. Not too many people, access to several baths, pools, saunas and more. My boyfriend and I enjoyed the hot tubs overlooking the river. I recommend!

Stunning !! Very good organization. Is not canceled despite the rain thunderstorms. Provide doc umbrella, kaways, rain gear. Very good atmosphere!

Well worth the guided tour as learnt a lot about the history of Canada

Wonderful, also there is no time limit… you can spend the whole day.

I liked. It is worth going to enjoy this activity.