This summer, escape from it all at the Plains of Abraham!

News release

June 30, 2021 – Québec – The National Battlefields Commission

This summer, escape from it all at the Plains of Abraham, thanks to imaginative programming that will immerse you in the history of this mythical place. Explore the park with family and friends, solving the puzzles and challenges found in three escape rallies, two of which are new this year. In The Challenge of the Great Wars, follow in the footsteps of soldier, poet and chaplain Frederick George Scott. The Masters Tournament, on the other hand, involves a number of sports challenges. Starting August 20, The Forgotten Ones sheds light on the history of forgotten witnesses to the siege of Québec. Little ones will love the treasure hunt, The Landscape Architect and the Hidden Treasure, and the quest that will lead parents and children to little-known places in the park. Discoveries, surprises and fun for all!

As is the tradition, the Plains of Abraham Museum is open to visitors free of charge on July 1st. Explore the history of the battles of the Plains of Abraham and Sainte-Foy through the Battles 1759-1760 exhibition, with its incredible immersive screening, interactive stations and a historical character in attendance. Admire numerous artifacts from the Battlefield Park’s archeological collection presented in the Identities and Traces exhibitions. End your tour at Martello Tower 1 with the Attention! exhibition, where you use a tablet to learn about the history of this vestige of early defensive fortifications. 

Quick facts

  • Plains of Abraham Museum

    Discover the history of the Battlefields Park through the Battles 1759-1760, Identities, Attention! and Traces exhibitions.

    Daily from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Interaction with a historical character in the Battles exhibition from July 1 to September 6. Free access on July 1. Information and rates online.

  • Escape rallies

    Explore the park through three outdoor escape games:

    • The Challenge of the Great Wars until August 19;
    • The Masters Tournament (new) until September 26;
    • The Forgotten Ones (new) from August 20 to October 11.

    Ideal for participants aged 10 or older. Duration: 1 h 45 (timed activity). $45 + taxes per group (ideally 3 to 4, maximum 6 people, based on health measures in effect). Online purchase required. Offered in partnership with Freemick Aventure.

  • Family treasure hunt

    Solve the amusing riddles in The Landscape Architect and the Hidden Treasure up to the final quest.

    Ideal for children aged 5 to 10. Duration: 75 minutes. $12 + taxes per activity bag (designed for two children). Purchase online or onsite at the Plains of Abraham Museum until September 6 (limited quantities).

  • Access to the park

    The Battlefields Park, which includes the Plains of Abraham and the Des Braves Park, is open to the public free of charge. To plan your visit, refer to the Map of the Plains of Abraham for information on landmarks and trails. The National Battlefields Commission is counting on the customary cooperation of Battlefield Park users in complying with health measures in effect.

    Parking and food services on the premises ($). The Park Safety and Prevention Service may be reached anytime, 24/7, at 418 648-4652.

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Media relations: 

Nathalie Allaire
Communications Director
The National Battlefields Commission
418 648-4801

Other information:

Plains of Abraham Museum
418 649-6157

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