Musée de la Place-Royale presents the history of New France and Place-Royale through that of its inhabitants, from Samuel de Champlain to today. Overlooking the place where Québec was founded in 1608, Musée de la Place-Royale is set in the heart of the historic Old Québec district.
The Museum is a must-see attraction for vacationers and residents alike who are curious about the origins of New France. Through the museum's historic houses, exhibits, guided activities and period costume workshop, families will discover the history of the first colonists.
Musée de la Place-Royale is part of the Musées de la civilisation complex in Quebec City.