The Canadian Museum of History in Gatineau, Quebec, built in 1856, is one of the oldest museums in the world and the most visited attraction in Canada, with 1.2 million visitors a year. There are over 4 million exhibits in this museum, which kept records of the history of Canada and the world dating back as far as 20,000 years ago. Here you can explore history, culture, and beliefs of Canada's Pacific Aboriginal people.
The Petit Champlain District in Quebec City is the epitome of European flair. This is one of the oldest neighborhoods in North America. Stroll the narrow cobbled roads and shop for trendy souvenirs at the boutiques and various shops.
Mont-Tremblant, located in the Laurentian Mountains of Quebec, is one of the top ski resorts in the province. With plenty of natural snowfall and one of the best snowmaking systems in the world, snowboarders of all levels can enjoy long vacations here. In the warmer months, hike or cycle the mountains, or take in the views from its mid-air gondolas.