Visit the first National Historic Park in Canada. Exhibitions, lively activities, trails and a garden await you!
At the Plains of Abraham Museum, explore the history of the siege of Québec and the battles of the Plains of Abraham (1759) and Sainte-Foy (1760). Discover the little-known impacts of the conflict in the Order and Law section of the Battles exhibition and attend a stunning immersive projection with testimonies from the period. The Identities exhibition then takes you back in time thanks to numerous artefacts presented by theme from the archaeological collection of the Parc des Champs-de-Bataille. Complete your visit with the Aeria exhibition, which highlights eight characters linked to the history of the Plains with sculptures by artist Jérôme Trudelle.
In October and November, discover the dark and mysterious side of the Plains of Abraham with a Halloween program that will immerse you in the past. In the Joan of Arc garden, works of folk art colorfully illustrate the legends of the famous park. Lively evenings and a treasure hunt also put you in the mood for the season with gloomy anecdotes for adults and fun puzzles for children. Don't miss the falconry demonstration either, an afternoon of high aerobatics as intriguing as it is thrilling!
Also enjoy nature in the city in all seasons thanks to the Jeanne-d'Arc garden, which lights up at dusk, and the walking, snowshoeing and cross-country skiing trails.Web Site