What to do in Quebec city
Chateau Frontenac and Old Quebec City winter activities
From the indoor pool and high speed, outdoor toboggan run to walking the historic streets of Old Québec, you will quickly discover there is no other place quite like this winter wonderland!
Crazy fun! Zooming down at speeds of up to 70 miles/hour is quite a rush! A unique attraction in Quebec City. The traditional toboggan run is one of the very oldest attractions in town. Up to four passengers per toboggan.
The Club Frontenac is a first-class Health Club provided on a complimentary basis to all hotel guests. The Exercise room is open 24 hours a day. Swimming pool until 9PM. Features include: 49 ft swimming pool, Indoor jacuzzi, and two steam rooms.
A Winter Wonderland
Old Québec, a UNESCO world heritage treasure, is alive with history. This is your backdrop for some serious fun walking around this amazing city!
The fabulous Place d'Youville Outdoor skating rink near the historic city walls. No admission fee. Bring your own skates or skate rental is available onsite. Open until 10PM.
Old Québec is a truly a walking city. Your walk takes you on a journey through time from the 1600's to the present. Incredible Old world charm! From the historic streets to the horse carriages.
Old Québec is the only walled city north of Mexico. Make sure to take time to visit the walls and the historic gates for some great photo opportunities!
Enjoy the contrast of warm water and icy atmosphere
St-Louis gate and street
Porte Saint Louis is one of three still standing gates built in 1693. This street is one of the oldest streets in Québec City. Amazing history and shopping with every step.
The fascinating Funicular, a small cable car that operates on a track at a very steep incline is the quickest route to the most beautiful historic shopping street in Québec. Just in front of the Chateau Frontenac.
Saltwater indoor pool and Finnish sauna at Chateau Laurier
Featuring various artistic disciplines interspersed with awe-inspiring roving performances. Circus arts, media arts, a rock show, pyrotechnics. A frozen tribal landscape!
Rue du Petit-Champlain was voted Canada’s most beautiful street for its charm, authenticity, historic cachet and emphasis on local culture.
- 2014, Canadian Institute of Planners