What to Do in Québec City in March

Équipe édito
Editorial Team
Published on January 12, 2023
Plains of Abraham

The days are getting longer and we enjoy the last few weeks to practice winter activities. See our suggestions for a busy month of March.

Spring Break With the Family

Hotel de Glace
Mention de source Renaud Philippe

The Québec City region has everything you need for a fantastic spring break! See our full guide of activities.

Snow Tubing

The outdoor site of the Valcartier Vacation Village in winter and its inner tube slides.
Francis Gagnon

Did you know that, in the middle of the 19th century, people used to toboggan on the hills on the Plains of Abraham? Find out where to go snow tubing in the Québec City region.

St. Patrick's Day Festivities

St. Patrick's Day Parade
Allison Kirkwood

During the month of March, festive decorations to make a nod to the Irish holiday are installed in several shopping streets of the city including, among others, in Petit-Champlain.

On March 25, the popular St. Patrick's Day Parade returns to the streets of the city with the famous pipe and drums bands from the police departments of New York, Boston, Chicago, Philadelphia and Toronto.

Great Restaurants for a Fireside Meal

Chez Muffy
Mention de source Francis Gagnon

Looking for a romantic eatery with a cozy vibe? Treat yourself at one of these Old Québec restaurants and warm up by the fire!


Spring Skiing

Ski de printemps
Mention de source MSA

Cruise down the slopes under the warm spring sun and enjoy the best après‑ski of the season at any of the 4 hills in the Québec City region.

On March 25 et 26, Mont-Sainte-Anne will host one of the multiple stops on the Shred the North World Cup circuit for the 2022–2023 season. For spectators, this is snowboarding at its best, with high-octane, show-stopping action guaranteed!

Vue aérienne du parc national de la Jacques- Cartier avec brume

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Équipe édito
Editorial Team

As proud ambassadors of our beloved city, we’re delighted to be sharing the things and places we love most in the Québec City area. What a joy for us to help you discover everything this vibrant and welcoming city has to offer!

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