School tours to Quebec City, visit one of the oldest cities in North America
Situated on the St. Lawrence River, Quebec City offers great landscapes as well as natural, cultural and historical attractions. Founded in 1608 by Samuel de Champlain, Quebec City is one of the oldest cities in North America and is the capital of the Province of Quebec. From the views looking down from Chateau Frontenac to the charming narrow streets of Old Quebec, you will have many cultural experiences providing lasting memories for your students.
Quebec City Class Trips Can Include:
- Guided Tour of Old Quebec
- The Parliament Building
- Plains of Abraham in the Battlefields Park
- Observatoire de la Capitale
- The Citadelle, National Historic Site
- ‘Soldier for the Day’ at Martello Tower
- Musee du Fort
- Civilization Museum
- Ste. Anne du Beaupre
- Canyon Ste Anne
- Montmorency Falls
- Sugar Shack
- Rock Climbing
- Disco Boat Cruise
- Dog Sledding
- Snow Tubing
- Ice Hotel
- Quebec Winter Carnival
- Shopping at Les Galeries de la Capitale
- And more!
At Target Tours, we provide customized tour planning services for your school. We are flexible and make it our priority to ensure your experience as an educator and chaperone is hassle-free.
Contact us to discuss possible itineraries and obtain a quote.