One of Quebec City's best-known streets, this tiny, narrow alleyway winds its way through the upper part of Old Quebec, ... More
Rue du Tresor
One of Quebec City's best-known streets, this tiny, narrow alleyway winds its way through the upper part of Old Quebec, just east of the Château Frontenac . The main attraction of the Rue du Tresor is the year-round display of local art, most of which is of far higher quality than one would expect on a typical tourist avenue. The original idea was hatched by fine arts students in the 1960s, and their spirit lives on in the fine paintings, silkscreens and etchings of Jacques Brousseau, Jean Cencig and other well-known locals.
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 ...
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. ...
Go back in time as you dine in the palatial, oak panelled dining room of the historical landmark that is
the Château Frontenac. Tuxedoed waiters offer the highest standard of service. Each meal, prepared by renowned French chef Jean ...
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