This charming museum chronicles the arrival and work of the Ursuline nuns in Quebec. Arriving in New France in 1639, the ... More
Museum of the Ursuline Convent in Quebec City
This charming museum chronicles the arrival and work of the Ursuline nuns in Quebec. Arriving in New France in 1639, the Ursulines sought to spread their religious message to the Natives, and pioneered education for girls in Canada. Ursulines Museum houses an impressive selection of religious art, including embroideries and sculpture. Rooms have been restored to their spartan 17th-century decorations in order to give visitors an idea of the lifestyle led by these women missionaries of frontier times. The Ursuline Chapel is located next door.
The beautiful Museum of French America (Le Musee de l'Amerique française) offers many multidisciplinary insights into the history of North
America's French communities. There are two permanent exhibits: The Settling of French America is a multimedia trip from France ...
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La Citadel de Quebec, also known as the Citadelle of Quebec, is a fortress that stands as a prominent attraction
with much historical relevance. Built between 1820 and 1850 by the French engineer Vauban, this star shaped structure has ...