Here’s an idea for family fun that won’t blow your budget — The Observatory, where kids less than six years get in free with an adult. Create special family memories and save money too. At the Observatoire de la Capitale, you will be 221 meters above sea level and the four faces allow you to observe the region in 360 degrees, in addition to everything you can do once up there!
A kid’s-height interpretive zone hand-illustrated by an artist from the city of Québec, Pierre Girard, aka Pishier.
Depending on your interests, take a look at the view and challenge your children to “Where is our house?”, “Find 4 different churches”, “Can anyone see the municipal stadium?”, or “What is the name of the mountain you see? Let your imagination run wild!
During your visit, you will be immersed in dark areas with video projection. First, you will be immersed in archival images of winter in Quebec, which will bring a smile to the face of children, and no doubt make older children nostalgic. Then, you’ll be taken on a surreal ride through Old Quebec and the upper town. A must for kids and grown-ups
At the end of your visit, a large wall offers interesting and unusual information about Quebec. In fact, these are the answers to the questions most frequently asked by tourists at the Observatory!