Top 10 Things for Families to do in Quebec City

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Québec City, in Canada’s province of Québec, sits along a fork in the magnificent St. Lawrence River a few hundred miles north of New Hampshire and west of Maine. Once you cross the border, your family will be transported to a French hamlet that feels thousands of miles away. Here are the top 10 things for families to do in Quebec City.

view from quebec from the levis quebec ferry

Québec is a can’t-miss city for American travelers, especially for families traveling with kids. The only walled city in Canada, it is home to historic buildings, kid-friendly museums, world-famous toy stores, famous festivals, and a tradition of street performers. 

10. Take in a Great View

Québec City is stunning. From its cobblestone streets and charming shops to its walled ramparts, historic buildings, statues and sculptures, and the wide St. Lawrence River, you likely won’t find a bad view of Québec no matter where you look. To get a lay of the land, consider taking a ride to the top of the Observatoire. Here kids can learn facts about local landmarks while enjoying a 360-degree view of the city and beyond. An alternative option is for families to take the Quebec City – Levis Ferry ride across the St. Lawrence to Levis. On the boat you’ll enjoy the spectacular backdrop of the city, including the famous Chateau Frontenac, that is perfect for your next family picture.

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Katie Bodell is Trekaroo’s Blog Editor, a freelance writer, a happy wife to her best friend, and a mom to three sweet California girls. She loves the Bible, learning & research, musical theater, indy music, artsy films, languages, and diverse cultural encounters. Her husband is thankful that google can now answer all of her perpetual random questions.