In the heart of Québec: the Battlefields Park.
One of Canada’s most important historical parks;
One of the most prestigious city parks.
SUMMER ON THE PLAINS OF ABRAHAM
Explore the Plains through riddles and challenges! Outdoor escape games and treasure hunts will lead you to explore little known places in the Battlefields Park and immerse yourselves in the history of this mythical site.
The Cross of Sacrifice entrance, which gives access to motor traffic, is open daily, from 6 a.m. to 11 p.m. Motor traffic can also access Des Braves Park on the same schedule.
Water points are available at the following sanitary facilities: Taché Avenue, top of Gilmour Hill (behind the security station), service pavilion (near the Edwin-Bélanger Bandstand), Plains of Abraham Museum and Des Braves Park.
We are pleased to contribute to the COVID-19 vaccination campaign. The Vaccin-O-Bus will be on the Plains of Abraham on Sunday, June 27, near the Joan of Arc Garden.
We prioritize employee and park user safety and are counting on your cooperation and compliance with all health measures in effect.
Welcome to the Plains of Abraham!
Site of major battles, the Battlefields Park includes the Plains of Abraham and Des Braves Park. Apart from its historical past, the park is to Québec what Central Park and Hyde Park are to New York and London: a city park of outstanding value, the lungs of the city.
The Plains of Abraham Museum is the gateway to the Park, offering exhibitions, activities, services and all information for your visit.
Since 1908, the National Battlefields Commission, a federal government agency, is responsible for the preservation and development of this ideal gathering place where four million visitors are welcomed annually.