Don’t Miss These QC Attractions!
If you’re looking to explore these scenic sites of the St. Lawrence River, an action-packed Montréal to Quebec City Drive Tour awaits – with several stops to look forward to.
Located in Laval, the Cosmodome features both the Space Science Center and Space Camp Canada. The Cosmodome offers the Zero G Wall, the Space Station Mobility Trainer, films, 60 interactive exhibits, a look at space bunks, and features lunar rocks.
GPS: 45.567164, -73.743948
Old Town Quebec
Completed in 1976, the Olympic Stadium of Montreal is found in the Hochelaga-Maisonneuve neighbourhood – and found by the world’s tallest leaning tower.
Also known as the Big O, the stadium is Canada’s largest seating-capacity arena. Big O was the site of the 1976 Summer Olympics, and today features all major sports an the Montreal Botanical Garden.
GPS: 45.557985, -73.551866
Village Québécois d'Antan
A living, 1800s-themed museum, the Village Québécois d'Antan is located in Drummondville along the St. Lawrence River. Spanning three-square kilometres, this historic village hosts 70 structures, and special holiday events like Le Village Hanté, Le Village Illuminé Desjardins, and Le Village Sucré. Be sure to check out the La Ferme d’Antan.
GPS: 45.895424, -72.486763
A UNESCO World Heritage Site, Old Town Quebec is one of Quebec’s most historic neighbourhoods. Set on 135 hectares in Quebec City, Old Quebec is known as the Vieux-Québec.
Over 14,000 historic structures are featured here, including the Notre-Dame-de-Québec Basilica-Cathedral and the Séminaire de Québec – all surrounded by the fort-like Ramparts of Quebec City.
GPS: 46.812184, -71.208236
Located just north of Quebec City, Montmorency Falls is set within the Parc de la Chute-Montmorency – or Montmorency Falls Park. These awe-inspiring falls measures at 84 metres high and 46 metres wide, and can be seen from the many stairways, the suspension bridge, and the aerial tram.
GPS: 46.890590, -71.147586