The Cartier-Brébeuf National Historic Site commemorates the wintering location of Jacques Cartier and his companions in 1535-1536 near the Iroquois village of Stadacona. It also bears witness to the establishment in 1625-1626 of the first Jesuit missionaries' residence in Québec.

Located on the north shore of the Saint-Charles River in the heart of Quebec City, the site is a beautiful urban park. It offers a perfect setting for recreation and discovery.

Experience the excitement of major events and family activities, take the bike trail, discover an amazing ecosystem, picnic on the grass and sample annedda, an infusion with powerful healing properties. What a great way to have a good time in an inspiring environment.