This historic rural cemetery contains century-old trees and over a hundred bird species.
Home to a variety of birds this splendid park is an ideal site for an enjoyable walk and offers superb view points.
Devoted to contemporary art, the museum presents the wealth of Québec creativity expressed in visual works.
Art and history come together in exhibitions featuring artistic creations and the treasures of the collections.
The history of Montréal and the Hôtel-Dieu’s origins come to light through the history of medicine in the colony.
The Musée des ondes Emile Berliner is dedicated to the history of the creation, production, reproduction, recording, and broadcasting of sound.
This large park by Saint-Louis Lake ranks among Canada’s greatest sculpture gardens.
The Museum of Costume and Textile of Québec expresses through its collection and exhibitions the cultural diversity of Québec society.
Stores and galleries line these streets where art, design, elegance and fine cuisine create a special ambiance.
Originally constructed in the mid-1800s, the New City Gas complex is today a multifunctional event space with over 40,000 square feet on two floors.
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