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Nestled between Saint-Lawrence River and the renowned Diamond Cape, our neighbourhood has always been hive of activities as well as an historic site for exchanges. Nearby, there are plenty of arts galleries, famous restaurants and several antiques shops.
Birthplace of French America, Place-Royale is a small square rich in History. It is where Samuel de Champlain founded our city in 1608 by building his first settlement. Hotel Le Priori is located near this heritage site. You will be impressed by the majestic fresque, which retraces 400 years of our history. Do not miss Dame-des-Victoires: it is the oldest stone church in North America. This lively site is always enchanting, whatever the season is!
Founded in 1988, the Civilisation Museum helped develop the Old Port. Its opening led to the creation of many restaurants and hotels. Hotel Le Priori being one of them.
Its initial mission was to keep the heritage of the city. The Civilization Museum links the past, the present and the future. While remaining strongly rooted in the reality of Quebec, it projects a new and dynamic outlook on civilizations from all over the world.
Located next to our hotel, they exhibit renowned masterpieces from over the world and from local artists. All styles are represented: from classic to modern.
Located at the bottom of the famous Chateau Frontenac, Petit Champlain district has plenty of exclusive boutiques and restaurants, all situated on cobbled streets. With is Breakneck stairs and the funicular, it is always a pleasure to walk in this charming and lively part of town.
Located in the heart of Old Port, it is the ideal site for a family and friend walk over the Bassin Louise.
You can appreciate a panoramic view of Old Quebec and the spectacular Image Mill from the Marina.
Created by a company from Quebec City, the Image Mill uses the Bunge grain silos as a natural screen. It is simply the biggest screen in the world as it is 600 meters wide and 30 meters tall. The Image Mill transports us through the four centuries of the rich history Quebec City.
Located in the Old Port, the local market offers a unique and warm ambiance! Thousands of local products are available onsite.
It is the perfect place to try and discover what Québécois gastronomy is all about! Every season, plenty of fresh products from the region are offered. From the freshly strawberries of Orleans island to the maple sugar, you will be completely charmed!
This museum explains the naval history of the St. Lawrence River as well as the history of the Naval Reserve of Canada. The permanent exhibition "Meanders, memories of wars on the St-Lawrence" is an original way to discover this part of our history!