Gare du Palais

Point of interest

Gare du Palais, train station and bus terminal, which could easily be mistaken for a French Renaissance chateau. Inaugurated in 1916, it is considered one of Canada's heritage train stations. Across from Gare du Palais is the Place Jean-Pelletier, with an interesting fountain by Charles Daudelin celebrating the power of water. Interpretation panels are located on-site.

450, rue de la Gare-du-Palais
Québec, QC,
G1K 3X2
Gare du Palais
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