It is the only archaeological crypt in North America, and it is situated beneath the Dufferin Terrace not far from the famous Château Frontenac.
The official residence of the French and British governors, which served as the colony’s administrative centre between 1620 and 1834, is now on display at this national historic site. From skilled Parks Canada guides, discover the intriguing secrets of the crypt. View the ruins of the four forts, two chateaux (the governor’s mansion), and associated outbuildings that were built on the location over time. You may visualise and better comprehend what life was like for the governors at the time through a 45-minute tour. Ages 17 and under are admitted free. For kids, a unique hands-on activity has been planned.
[…] Saint-Louis Forts and Châteaux National Historic Site, hidden beneath Dufferin Terrace and adjacent to the Château, is open to the public during the […]
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