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The whole family had fun! The information given about the history was interesring and the younger... read more

Reviewed 9 September 2017
Martin E
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Montreal, Canada
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Quite the place - a fascinating history

This place is in Old Quebec and worth seeing. The bilingual exhibition is in the 18th century... read more

Reviewed 26 June 2015
AMsays
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Thornhill, Canada
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8 Sep 2017
“Fun”
25 Aug 2017
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L’ilot des Palais, major historic and archaeological site of the Capital, has opened its doors again to the general public on July 3rd 2014. It will present in its vaulted cellars from the 18th century a quite new immersive exhibition. Through...more
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8 Rue Valliere, Quebec City, Quebec G1K 1M8, Canada
Downtown Quebec City
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+1 418-692-1441
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Reviewed 9 September 2017 via mobile

The whole family had fun! The information given about the history was interesring and the younger kid (7yo) had fun guiding us with the GPS at least since he didn't find the reading as interesting as the rest of us. Good family activity.

Thank Martin E
Reviewed 26 August 2017

so surprising to see that in the middle of the city . stop and enjoy it .. i like it the and it make you feel in green space

Thank GinDub
Reviewed 26 June 2015

This place is in Old Quebec and worth seeing. The bilingual exhibition is in the 18th century vaults of the palace of 3 Intendants including Intendant Jean Talon of New France. The building exterior and interior have been carefully restored and maintain an historical feel....More

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