Québec City With Kids
Ice-cream stands, street performers, and (in winter) a thrilling toboggan run make Terrasse Dufferin as entertaining for children as for adults, as do the Plains of Abraham’s open spaces.
Place Royale in the Lower Town brings the 17th and 18th centuries to life for even the youngest children.
La Citadelle’s changing-of-the-guard ceremony, complete with the Royal 22e Régiment’s mascot, Batisse the Goat, has lots of kid appeal. The hands-on exhibits at the Musée de la Civilisation and the 19th-century jail cells preserved in the Musée de Québec are both must-see attractions.
And for a little animal fun, polar bears, seals, and walruses are the stars of the city’s Aquarium du Québec.
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