After looking at the cliff up from the river to the top of the heights you appreciate the task the British army had to achieve. I read about it 50 years ago in school and had to see it. The views of the river from...More
About Plains of Abraham
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Its an easy walk compared to scaling the steep streets in old Quebec. you can park easily $2.50 and walk straight onto the site. the view across quebec is stunning and over to the far bank of the st laurence river. there are good guides...More
We discovered this area while we were driving close to the Citadel. It is actually a huge park/garden with a lookout to the bay or river. Nice photo op.
Beautiful park just past downtown. Great nature trail pointing out local plants. Great views of the Saint Lawrence.
this place is historically significant so don't miss it. The park is big and beautifully landscaped but otherwise not a ton going on here. They say that it's Quebec City's version of Central Park.
The Plains of Abraham is a pleasant park with a nice flower garden, walking paths, and an associated museum covering the battle between the British and French in the mid-1700s.. In late May the tulips in the garden were spectacular.
There is a covered area with the history over looking the St. Lawrence River. Many soccer fields and trails for running. Understand a major battle between the French and English took place here. Very difficult to capture as it involved scaling a huge cliff.