Fortifications of Quebec
A key feature of the Upper Town of Old Quebec, the Fortifications are a designated National Historic Site that reveals the city’s military past through both the French and British colonial regimes. These massive walls, originally built in the early 1600s, consist of approximately five kilometers (eight miles) of stone ramparts that also incorporate four impressive stone gates. Visitors can explore the walls and get a broader, bird’s-eye view of the old city.
Fortifications of Quebec, 2 Rue d’Auteuil, Quebec City, QC, Canada, +1 418 648 7016