Quebec City Old Port Market

Old Port Market

Whether to enjoy a good ice cream on the edge of the marina or explore the local produce, summer and winter, the Quebec City Old Port Market is a destination not to be forgotten in Quebec City!

 

Established in 1640, the Quebec market has always been a gathering and tasting place. Originally installed at the Place Royale, it was named the “Market Square”. Several local products provided by vendors, farmers, merchants and fishermen were offer. It was not until 1987 that the Quebec City Old Port Market, as we know it, was born.Located along the St. Lawrence River, minutes from the Nouvo Saint -Roch District and the Old Quebec area, it is a place of choice for local businesses and fans of quality products! Even today, the Quebec City Old Port Market is a meeting, gourmandising and discovery place. A wide variety of products is offered. From the sausage maker to the agricultural producers, artisans and spice market, everything is there for you to discover the flavors of a fascinating world.

 

Public markets are at the heart of the history of the French colony and still do today, argues culture of yesteryear. Whether to enjoy a good ice cream on the edge of the marina or explore the local produces, summer and winter, the Quebec City Old Port Market is a destination not to be missed in Quebec!