The majestic Chateau Frontenac is conceded as a landmark of the Old Quebec. It was built on the ruins of Fort Saint Louis. The Comte de Frontenac never had the chance to visit this heritage of our region. Do not miss in front of the castle the Terrasse Dufferin, which offers a breathtaking view on the St. Lawrence River!
Back in the old days, it was the residence of civil servants, military and clergy and reflects the heritage of Quebec City. The cobbled streets and the quaint houses offer a charming atmosphere that many would describe as being in Europe.
The Musée de l'Amérique francophone is the oldest museum in Canada. The museum is essentially focused towards history and now set up exhibitions and organizes numerous others activities about the settlement and development of French culture on the North American continent.