Looking for restaurant suggestions and activities in and around Old Québec? We’ve gathered a list of restaurants and places for you. Each one is near the Hôtel Manoir Vieux-Québec.
Château Frontenac and Dufferin Promenade
Stroll along the Dufferin Promenade and admire the magnificent views of the St. Lawrence River and Château Frontenac. An iconic site of the National Capital Region, its historical charm makes it a must see when visiting Old Québec in the summer or winter. In the wintertime, zoom down the 250-foot-long toboggan slope reaching speeds of up to 60 miles. What a rush!
Strøm spa nordique – Vieux-Québec
Enjoy a relaxing and invigorating thermal bath experience at the Strøm Nordic Spa in Old Québec. Located on the shores of the magnificent St. Lawrence River, take a break to recharge your batteries before heading off to your next adventure.
Located at the top of the famous Cap Diamant, the Québec Citadel is a fortress next to the Plains of Abraham. An integral part of the fortifications of Old Québec, it is currently the home to the 22nd Royal Regiment. Follow the guide into the heart of this historical national treasure and admire its architecture and spectacular views of the city and St. Lawrence River.
Immersion Québec is a 360 immersive experience where you can relive historical events through the eyes of the men and women who witnessed it. Looking for a fun way to test your knowledge on the city’s past? Note to all history buffs: this experience will definitively surpass all your expectations!
Tours Voir Québec
Featuring guided, private or self-guided walking tours, Tours Voir Québec offers a multitude of choices with unmatched versatility. Go back in time to learn about the captivating history of the city thanks to their passionate and experienced guides.
Old Québec Guided Tours
Discover Québec City from the top of an open-air double-decker bus! An hour-long instructive experience to learn about and admire Old Québec, the Plains of Abraham, Grande-Allée Street, la place Royale and much more. It’s the best way to see Québec City!
Located in the heart of historic Old Québec, the mission of the Morrin Center is to highlight the historical and current contributions of the anglophone culture. As one of the city’s best-kept secrets, it’s worth discovering!
Observatoire de la Capitale
The highest view point in Québec City, the observatory is located on the 31st and last floor of the Marie-Guyart building on Québec’s Parliament Hill.
Baie de Beauport
Experience the spectacular Montmorency Falls, an historical site located only 15 minutes from Old Québec. Towering at 275 feet, the falls dominate the panorama. Approach the water from various spots to really fell the power of nature.
Plains of Abraham
Musée de la civilisation
Take part in family workshops on current, historical or sometimes unusual topics. A visitor-oriented museum with a participatory and interactive approach for stimulating wonderment and encouraging discovery. This large and popular museum presents magnificent exhibits of international calibre about Québec culture and history.
Musée national des beaux-arts du Québec
Bistro Le Sam
Located on Québec City’s iconic Grande-Allée Street, the pub features sophisticated gastronomy and a relaxed atmosphere. Homemade cocktails, tartare and a variety of other dishes are served.
A chic, modern restaurant offering exquisite steak, fish and seafood, an impressive wine card and beautiful exterior deck.
A race car-themed dining experience offering oven cooked pizza and other classic Italian meal options.
Nestled in the fabulous Petit-Champlain, the décor of the Archibald Brewery is both welcoming and chic. On the menu: microbrewery beers and delicious meal options that will appeal to everyone!