This magnificent boardwalk, Promenade des Gouverneurs links the Dufferin Terrace with the National Battlefields Park . ... More
Promenade des Gouverneurs
This magnificent boardwalk, Promenade des Gouverneurs links the Dufferin Terrace with the National Battlefields Park . Anchored on a sheer cliff and offering indomitable views over the Saint Lawrence River, the boardwalk extends nearly half a mile, under The Citadel , and provides the most enjoyable link between Vieux-Quebec and the Upper Town. The boardwalk is free and open year round, but there is no snow removal in the winter so the walk can become quite treacherous!
Québec was founded by the French explorer Champlain in the early 17th century. It is the only North American city
to have preserved its ramparts, together with the numerous bastions, gates and defensive works which still surround Old Québec. ...
Artillery Park National Historic Site was both a French and British barracks, and was functioning as a munitions factory as
recently as the early 1960s. Visitors can tour the fully restored dining room, kitchen and drawing room, as well ...
This historic railway makes the 210 foot trip from the Dufferin Terrace to the Lower Town at a 45 degree
angle. In more or less continual service since 1879, the original steam engine and open cars have been updated, ...
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