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Coronavirus: What you Need to Know
Immerse yourself in the Québec cité experience ... to be ready to visit us later
One of our top priorities at Québec City Tourism right now is that you stay healthy. So, in this period of global confinement, make sure to take care of yourself.
When the time will be right, we will be happy to welcome you so you may live a memorable immersion in the heart of a city rich of 400 years of history ... but not right away.
Until then, browse our website and let us help you dream via our articles and videos, but above all, make sure you will be healthy when it will be possible to travel again. It's what is most important.
Please note that due to the public health directives due to COVID-19, certain events, attractions and hotels presented on our website are temporarily closed or canceled.
Establishments currently open:
- Several hotels (check directly with the establishments to find out if they are open);
- Cafés, dairy bars and snacks (takeout);
- Food shops (grocery stores), including most of the local artisans, wine and liquor producers as well as the Grand Marché;
- Restaurants and microbreweries (takeout or delivery);
- Shops with an exterior door;
- National parks (loof for the offer and conditions) and outdoor recreation centres;
- Bicycle paths and bicycle rental services;
- Golf courses;
- Gas stations.
Note that it is recommended to confirm the opening days and hours which can be modified without notice.
Establishments that will open soon:
- Campgrounds (June 1)
- Outfitter accommodation (June 1)
- Tourist residences (June 1)
- Establishments of principal residence (June 1)
- Museums (May 29): confirm the opening date with each institution
- Musée de la civilisation: June 20
- Plains of Abraham Museum: June 26
- Musée national des beaux-arts du Québec: June 29
- Marinas (June 1)
- Mountain biking centres: Vallée Bras-du-Nord and Sentiers du Moulin (June 2), Mont-Sainte-Anne (June 5)
Establishments closed or temporarily canceled (without confirmation of reopening date):
- Restaurant terraces and dining rooms;
- Attractions other than museums;
- Any indoor or outdoor event or gathering of more than 10 people (prohibited until August 31, 2020).
As this situation continues to change rapidly, please visit the official websites to have the most up to date information:
- If you are in the province of Québec : Government of Québec’s website
- If you are outside the province of Québec : Government of Canada's website