What to Do in Québec City in July
The majority of businesses are reopened and ready to welcome you. They strictly comply with health regulations to allow you to fully enjoy your holidays safely. Residents and visitors can finally have fun and be entertained, and there is no shortage of ideas! Here are our suggestions for activities and events to put on your calendar.
Going on a boat excursion is a must during a summer vacation. In addition, the panorama of Québec City from the St. Lawrence River is breathtaking! Guided cruises, dinner cruises, sunset kayak trips, tours of Île d'Orléans by inflatable boat... the choice is yours!
Art, history and culture lovers now have access to the museums. Several measures have been put in place for everyone's health and safety, such as online ticketing and the reservation of time slots.
- The spectacular immersive exhibition Imagine Van Gogh settles in Québec City from July 18 to September 13.
- Musée national des beaux-arts du Québec: the popular exhibition devoted to Frida Kahlo and Diego Rivera is extended until September 7.
- Musée de la civilisation: the new exhibition Fishing stories explores local fishing tales.
The Québec City area has a geographical landscape to rival its culture. There’s just so much nature and so many stunning landscapes! The trails will take you to cliffs overlooking the St. Lawrence River, through glacial valleys, and into the heart of the boreal forest. Discover the best places for short or long hikes.
6 Mouth-Watering Pit Stops on Île d’Orléans
Jeff Frenette Photography
The Greater Québec City area has a storied culinary history—and Île d’Orléans is right at the centre of it! Take a gourmet tour of the island to discover breathtaking landscapes and meet big-hearted locals. You’ll enjoy local wines, fresh homemade bread, and so much more as you nibble, sip, and sample your way around the island.