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Quebec City for young kids

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Quebec City for young kids
With its château and fortifications, Quebec City will look like a place right out of a fairy tale to kids. From chocolate to toys to the Old Wall, look through the eyes of young kids by using your imaginaton to explore Quebec City.
Good for: Families, Groups, Individuals
Seasons: Spring, Summer, Fall, Winter
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Aquarium du Quebec
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Aquarium du Quebec

Come and experience Parc Aquarium du Quebec! Travel into the ecosystems of the St. Lawrence River and Canadian waters and discover northern plant and animal life. This 16-hectare site is the only one of its kind in Quebec. As you make this amazing journey all the way to the North Pole, you'll have the chance to observe 10,000 fresh- and salt-water fish specimens, reptiles, amphibians... More

Come and experience Parc Aquarium du Quebec! Travel into the ecosystems of the St. Lawrence River and Canadian waters and discover northern plant and animal life. This 16-hectare site is the only one of its kind in Quebec. As you make this amazing journey all the way to the North Pole, you'll have the chance to observe 10,000 fresh- and salt-water fish specimens, reptiles, amphibians, invertebrates, as well as marine mammals, such as Atlantic and Pacific walruses, seals and polar bears. Happy discoveries! Less

Fee: Yes      Duration of visit: More than 3 hours
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Erico - Creative Chocolate Shop and Chocolate Museum
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Erico - Creative Chocolate Shop and Chocolate Museum

A creative chocolate shop and an informative small chocolate museum where visitors can learn about the history of chocolate. The Chocolate Museum is free, self guided and displays more than 200 artifacts and objects related to chocolate history. All the displays now have their English version. Two video are presented (Artisan Chocolate Making and the Industrial Chocolate Making Process... More

A creative chocolate shop and an informative small chocolate museum where visitors can learn about the history of chocolate. The Chocolate Museum is free, self guided and displays more than 200 artifacts and objects related to chocolate history. All the displays now have their English version. Two video are presented (Artisan Chocolate Making and the Industrial Chocolate Making Process (French), from the cocoa tree to the chocolate bar). Watch the chocolatiers at work through a window while you try one of our 10 renowned hot chocolates. In the boutique, the chocolate lovers will find a great variety of classic and audacious handmade chocolates (try the Biquette, a chocolate with goat cheese and Bartlett pear puree!). Indulge yourself with one of our chocolate pastries (chocolate brownies, cookies, cupcakes and decadent chocolate cake) and during the summer, let yourself be tempted by one of the 69 homemade ice cream, sorbet, frozen yogourt and tofu offered! Érico is located in the Faubourg Saint-Jean Baptiste, a convivial part of the city, outside the touristic old walls, that is worth the visit. Less

Fee: No      Duration of visit: <1 hour
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Benjo Inc. Toy Store
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Benjo Inc. Toy Store

Benjo’s is a 25,000-square-foot toy store with toys, stuffed animals and jewelery workstation, clothing, books and much more.

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Plains of Abraham
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Plains of Abraham

The Plains of Abraham Park is located in downtown Quebec City.  It runs parallel with Grande Allee Street on one side and the St. Lawrence Seaway on... more »

Fee: No      Duration of visit: More than 3 hours
Ferme Arthur Cauchon
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Ferme Arthur Cauchon

The Ferme Arthur Cauchon is located in the village of Château-Richer along the Beaupré Coast. Kids can pick strawberries and apples, and adults can shop for fresh produce and homemade food.

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