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Musee du Fort

Quebec City, Canada
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About Musee du Fort
This small museum chronicles the history of the city, including the numerous battles fought for its control.
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Quebec City Hop-On Hop-Off Tour

Quebec City’s streets overflow with noteworthy architecture, cafes, and landmarks, including the UNESCO-listed historic center. This hop-on hop-off bus tour offers stops near all the highlights, but also allows you to explore the hilly city at your own pace. Whether you’re walking the Fortifications of Quebec or watching the Saint Lawrence River flow past the old port, enjoy total flexibility, with pre-recorded commentary available through a personal headset. 
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Abhishek S wrote a review Aug 2021
New Delhi, India2 contributions1 helpful vote
Its an amazing show which actually connects you to the the history of quebec which is really important as this actually allows us to appreciate the city more. Also, the person who narrated us a quick introduction was so helpful and narrated everything so beautifully which kind of demonstrated that she herself is a proud quebecer. We visited a couple places in our 15 days vacation but we are certainly carrying with us back the memories related to quebec more as we know more now.
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Date of experience: August 2021
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Diane B wrote a review Jul 2021
8 contributions20 helpful votes
This short display is a great account of the history of Quebec. You get to know the players in the drama as well as the area. Worth the time and money!
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Date of experience: June 2021
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BBOK wrote a review Mar 2020
Edmond, Oklahoma74 contributions17 helpful votes
The Fort Museum was a worthwhile 30 minute experience. The small auditorium surrounds a lighted exhibit of the St. Lawrence River and the land areas nearby. As history unfolds, the story highlights the areas in sequence of events that have made Quebec City and nearby islands the fascinating places they are today. This is an excellent way to learn the history of the area in a brief, visual and auditory manner. I highly recommend putting this on your list.
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Date of experience: November 2019
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NYRickWeber wrote a review Feb 2020
New York City, New York140 contributions49 helpful votes
We wanted a good historical "tour" of Quebec. We took a chance on this exhibit. It is SOOO worth it. The attendant was super friendly, super informative, really made us feel at home. There is a lot of historical information at this place. The time goes by really fast. It's not a movie or a live demonstration. It's on the 2nd floor. I'm handicapped but was able to slowly climb the one flight of stairs. I didn't see an elevator. Once you buy your ticket, you'll get a list of places that will offer you a discount if y you show your receipt. Go here first, then explore the rest of Quebec City
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Date of experience: February 2020
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Marisa L wrote a review Nov 2019
Montpelier, Vermont10 contributions1 helpful vote
We expected a museum with displays of the history of the battles of the 17th century. The only thing you get for the admission is a very well done presentation through film and replica of Quebec City and the battles in a 30 minute presentation
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Date of experience: November 2019
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Response from Musée D, Responsable de la réception at Musee du Fort
Responded 10 Dec 2019
Dear Marisa L, Thank you for review. We do offer a different experience than others museums, but we are glad you enjoyed our sound and light show. Best regards
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