Canada Day is the perfect opportunity to celebrate the country’s musical talent. The event will take place in Montreal and Quebec through the radio station. Let’s celebrate together Canadian music !
Free admission for everyone on Canada Day
Fortifications of Québec National Historic Site
9:30 am to 4:30 pm
The Artillery Park bears witness to more than two and a half centuries of history in Quebec City. Meet guides and period characters to discover the important military heritage of this site. For the whole family.
This heritage building dating back to 1712 bears witness to more than 250 years of military occupation in Québec City. Discover the soldiers’ quarters, a period kitchen, the antechamber and an officers’ mess, among other things!
A work of exception : the scale model of Québec
This unique artifact, intended for the English military authorities, offers an outstanding illustration of the urban and military layout of this fortified city in the early 19th century.
La maquette Duberger-By – Lieu historique national des Fortifications-de-Québec (canada.ca)
Saint-Louis Forts and Châteaux National Historic Site
9:30 am to 4:30 pm
Hidden under the Dufferin Terrace, the remains of Château Saint-Louis reveal the seat of power of French and British governors from 1620 to 1834. Immerse yourself in more than 200 years of history of diplomatic relations and alliances, including those with the Nation Huron-Wendat.
Lieu historique national des Forts-et-Châteaux-Saint-Louis (canada.ca)
Plains of Abraham
The Plains of Abraham combine the beauty of nature in the city with the wealth of a historic past. Immerse yourself in the park’s history with the Aeria, Battles 1759-1760, Identities and Attention! exhibitions and explore the site with an escape rally or a treasure hunt.
On July 1st, access to the exhibitions at the Plains of Abraham Museum is free. Open from 9 am to 5 pm.
The Huron-Wendat Museum’s mission is to preserve, conserve and make the heritage of the Huron-Wendat Nation accessible to current and future generations through participatory, committed and eco-responsible projects and to raise awareness of the current socio-ecological issues of First Nations peoples. For this reason, its activities, workshops and visits are developed with accessibility in mind. Visit www.museehuronwendat.ca for more information.
On July 1, the Huron-Wendat Museum is open from 9 a.m., with the last departure for guided tours at 3 p.m.
- Guided tour, discovery or audio guide
- NI CIMEC, NI MISES (my little sister, my big sister), artwork by Rosalie Mowatt
The Morrin Centre
The Morrin Centre is at the heart of Quebec City’s history. It once housed Quebec’s common jail, the Presbyterian-run Morrin College, and the scholarly activities of the Literary and Historical Society of Quebec (LHSQ). Today, it is home to the city’s main English-language cultural centre and library. The Centre’s mission is to provide the English- and French-speaking public with rich, engaging programming in the areas of heritage interpretation, education, and the arts.
Experience living history with our Discovery tour offered to the public Friday through Sunday. Tours in English: 10 am, 1 pm, 3 pm. Tours in French: 11 am, 2 pm, 4 pm. Places are limited. Purchase your tickets today!
Come sample traditional teas, a variety of sandwiches, and delicious teatime treats, while boning up on Victorian etiquette and teatime customs
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