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The site of many clashes for supremacy between the French and British Empires, the park is the scene of the 1759 Conquest, which changed the fate of North America. Apart from its historical past, the park is to Québec what Central Park and Hyde Park...more
Hours Today: 12:00 a.m. - 11:59 p.m.
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Suggested duration: More than 3 hours
835, Wilfrid-Laurier, Quebec City, Quebec G1R 2L3, Canada
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Like NYC's Central Park, this is a great place to feel grass and see blue sky while surrounded by concrete. There's a museum, and some displays, but mostly it's green grass and sky. OK, in the winter it's white ice and snow under grey skies,...More
When my daughter and I visited Old Quebec City, we wanted to do and see as many places and the Plains of Abraham was top on the list. This area is full of a rich history that is very much a part of Canada’s past,...More
I recently visited Old Quebec and decided to take the Governors Walk to see where it would lead me. At the very top I arrived at The Plains Of Abraham. If you would like to experience a piece of history, I suggest you visit this...More
We listened to the french version of the taking of Quebec by Wolfe when he defeated by Montcalm through a cunning ruse, thus securing Canada for the British Empire. The roles of British and French forces are played by actors as are the first people...More
These fields are the history of Quebec, and today’s inhabitants have done their forefathers proud, this is beautiful area of the city, a place to go a chill out whatever time of year, all the reminders of its past are there, but not over the...More
Great park to explore. Check out the 400+ wooden steps - we started from the top and went all the way down and then all the way back up. Great way to get your steps in for the day and such great exercise. Near top...More
We took the governor's walk from the Frontenac around the Citadel of Quebec and from that edifice's walls viewed the site of the famous battle between the British and French. The plains house many artillery pieces from that era and bordered by military garrison building...More