6 major attractions particularly popular with families— are joining forces to offer 20 % off the price of admission for visitors presenting a receipt from one of the participating attraction. 

Offer valid from January 20 to April 20, 2020

The 6 attractions are:

Aquarium du Quebec | Credit:  Jeff Frenette Photography
Credit: Jeff Frenette Photography

Aquarium du Québec

No other Québec aquarium has 10,000 aquatic creatures, including fish, reptiles, invertebrates, and mammals. Polar bears and seals put on great shows and demonstrations at feeding time and during training. 

Indoor Amusement Park | Credit:  OTQ
Credit: OTQ

The New Méga Parc

With its fully redesigned Mega Parc, Galeries de la Capitale has a host of new offerings in store for visitors, with 18 rides, including 14 new ones, such as bumper cars, ice rink, roller coaster, Ferris wheel and arcades. Young and old alike will delight in this new phantasmagorical experience!

Musée de la civilisation | Credit:  Marie-Josée Marcotte, Icône
Credit: Marie-Josée Marcotte, Icône

Musée de la civilisation

Join in hands-on workshops for the whole family on a wide range of current, historical, and sometimes unusual subjects. The Musée de la civilisation sheds new light on diverse societies and moments in history through a mix of permanent and temporary exhibits with an international or Québec focus.

Musée du Fort | Credit:  Musée du Fort
Credit: Musée du Fort

Musée du Fort

The Musée du Fort presents an original sound and light show on the military history of Québec City, including the famous Battle of the Plains of Abraham. A giant model representing the region around 1750 bring this story alive. In 30 minutes, you will learn the importance of the unique geography of the region and the military strategies that made Québec such a sought-after city.

Musée national des beaux-arts du Québec | Credit:  Jeff Frenette Photography
Credit: Jeff Frenette Photography

Musée national des beaux-arts du Québec

Located in Battlefields Park, Québec’s Musée national des beaux-arts combines art, architecture, and nature. The Museum’s collection is displayed in four unique pavilions that turn the spotlight on Québec artists from different artistic movements. 

Observatoire de la Capitale | Credit:  Observatoire de la Capitale
Credit: Observatoire de la Capitale

Observatoire de la Capitale

With its breathtaking 360° views, Observatoire de la Capitale—an observation deck on the 31st floor of the Marie-Guyart Building on Parliament Hill—is one of the area’s “top” attractions. It affords a sweeping panorama of the Old City, Lower Town, the mighty St. Lawrence River, Île d’Orléans, the south shore, and the Appalachian and Laurentian mountain ranges. Horizons, an original presentation, introduces visitors to the city’s landscape and history, awakening the senses of visitors young and old.