Plains of Abraham (Battlefields Park)
Useful information

Useful information

Battlefields Park was created in 1908 at the site of clashes between the British and French armies led by Wolfe and Montcalm (1759), and then Murray and Lévis (1760). The Plains of Abraham are recognized as one of the most prestigious urban parks in the world, a celebration of recreational activity, culture and history. Several walking trails criss-cross the park, leading to spectacular viewpoints and countless attractions, activities and exhibitions visitors can appreciate year-round.

Schedule and Details

Hours: Park, Plains of Abraham Museum, artefact exhibit, app and group activities: Year-round. Special hours during the Holidays. Joan of Arc Garden and in-line skating ring: May to October. Abraham bus, Edwin Bélanger Bandstand, New France exhibit in Martello Tower 1: Summer. Halloween activities: October. Decorations and winter sports (cross-country skiing, snowshoeing and equipment rental): Mid-December to late March (depending on weather conditions). The Snowshoer: December to March.

Admission: visit our website for information on our hours and rates.

Closed: Christmas holidays: closed December 24 to 26 and January 1. Front doors and exhibitions only open on January 2, from 1 p.m. to 5:30 p.m.

Schedule and rates are subject to change without notice. Visit their website or contact them for up-to-date information.

Location

835, avenue Wilfrid-Laurier
Niveau 0
Québec, QC
G1R 2L3

Borough of La Cité - Limoilou / Downtown

Directions

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Amenities

Amenities

General Features

Available Not Available
Ability to host groups
Companies offering Youth Activities : For groups
Companies offering Youth Activities : For individuals

Parking

Bus Parking: Outdoor on site for a fee, Parking: Free Outdoor on Site, Outdoor on site for a fee, Bike Parking: Free Outdoor on Site

We Speak

English, French

Visitor Comments

Visitor Comments

Categories (Others)

Musées , Raquette , Sites historiques , Ski de fond

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