I love the way they had it all presented inside, such a lovely historic house with minimal detail. but a warm inviting place nontheless.
Our guidebooks were two years old, so we were surprised when admission was $5 and not free. However, they had added a very interesting history of Quebec from 16 million years ago to the present.The show used some interesting computer technology such that the live presenter would hold a flat board under a camera, and the computer would detect it... More
We enjoyed the upstairs exhibits at the Chevalier House; that was a nice display of furniture and fashion of times gone by. However, we went there for the Augmented Reality show depicting the development of the city of Quebec. It was not quite what we imagined. The "augmented reality" is simply a guide holding up a tray with an item... More
This stone house is beautiful. Most of the rooms are furnished with period furniture from the 1600s, 1700s and 1800s. It certainly worth spending half an hour to walk through the rooms. It is convenient to the other sites such as the Place Royale and the Petit Champlain.
Loved the set up of all the rooms through the periods. Exceptionally well done...this is also where I purchased the $5 walking tour map and headphones.
Not to be missed. Free tours provided incl in English with guide dressed in period costume. Our guide was excellent presenting the home and exhibition in a way that was memorable for children and adults. Very convenient location. If you haven't had breakfast yet or want coffee and pastry try the nearby Petite Cochin Dingue (gratefully recommended by Chavalier House... More
A definite must-see if you are in Quebec! It has authentic furnishings of the period and very interesting information. Walking in is like a step back in time! Don't miss it.
This old, large, and attractive house is hard to miss. It is right smack in the middle of the lower town in Quebec City and almost right across the street from the ferry that crosses the river. It was a prominent home for years but has been recently converted into a nice little museum filled with old furnishings. If you... More
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