Marché du Vieux-Port is Quebec City’s main public market, and it’s open year-round. With plenty of vendors selling a range of produce and gourmet food items, Marché du Vieux-Port is one of the best places in the city to find some edible souvenirs. Keep an eye out for maple products, which are often being sold directly by the producers, iced ciders, and sweet preserves, as well as local artisan treats, which are all great samples of Quebecois cuisine and delicacies.
Marché du Vieux-Port, 160 Quai Saint-André, Quebec City, Canada, +1 418 692 2517
The Conseil des métiers d’art du Quebec is an organization that gathers talented local artisans who create crafts and other handmade products to sell at a yearly trade show. It also operates two shops, one of which sits in the Vieux-Port of Quebec City. Here, you can find unique souvenirs in the form of handmade jewelry, decorative objects, fashion accessories, toys, kitchen tools, and works of art by local artists.
Métiers d’Art du Quebec, 29 Rue Notre Dame, Quebec City, Canada, +1 418 694 0267
Magasin Général P. L. Blouin takes the form of an early-century general store, located in the Vieux-Port. As a traditional Quebec City souvenir shop, the Magasin Général offers a unique variety of Quebec-made knick-knacks and gift items, antique reproductions, and familiar souvenirs, including pens, key chains, magnets, and T-shirts.
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If you’re looking for a creative and culturally inclined memory of your trip to Quebec City, head over to the gift shop of the Musée de la Civilisation. The shop is set in a historic vault that dates back to 1751 and offers memorabilia from the museum’s different exhibitions along with creations by local artists, such as jewelry, paper products, dishes, and edible souvenirs, as well as books, posters, toys, and postcards.
Located since 1997 on the trendy Côte de la Fabrique, you’ll find Boutique Artisans Canada among other exclusive shops and boutiques. You’ll find woven and carved items, clothing for men and women, as well as one-of-a-kind handmade jewelry designs and more.
Artisans du Bas-Canada, 30 Côte de la Fabrique, Quebec City, Canada, +1 418 692 2109
Inuit Art Zone showcases Inuit and Indigenous creative work, drawn from owner Jean-Robert Wilhelmy’s 10 years of experience in the Canadian art scene. You can buy pieces online or in the shop, including sculptures and graphic art prints. There are also products such as T-shirts, calendars, and boxed notecards, all featuring Inuit creativity from Northern Quebec and Nunavut.
Inuit Art Zone, 5 Rue du Sault-au-Matelot, Quebec City, Canada, +1 418 694 7979