Even in our beautiful city, the gloom has gradually installed. If you’re wondering what to do in November in Quebec City, here are some suggestions for you.
Maybe it’s because the days are shortening more and more, or because the weather is getting colder; nevertheless, we often wonder what to do in November in Quebec City and we thought suggesting activities could be useful. So here are some suggestions of activities to do in Quebec City, alone or with family, to cheer this month transition!Families often need a little help to think outside the box before the big snowfalls. Please find some ideas of activities to do in Quebec City in November!
• Walk in Old Quebec
A must: fall under the irresistible charm of a stroll through the winding streets of Old Quebec and warm up in one of its cozy restaurants and cafes before resuming your walk. A detour in the Petit Champlain neighborhood is absolutely necessary with its beautiful setting and its many boutiques ideal to start your holiday shopping. You never know, maybe the snow will surprise you!
• Toy Parade
The 18th edition of the toys parade will take place this year over 2 days, on November 9 and 10, 2019. The festivities will start saturday at 1:00 pm in the square of the Saint-Roch church with free activities, which will be followed by the parade 3 pm. The floats will set off at the corner of Simon Napoléon-Parent and Chênevert streets in the Saint-sauveur district, then take Carillon, St-Vallier and Du Pont Streets to end at the corner of 3rd Avenue and 11th Street. A toy collect will also be made at the start of the parade. On Sunday, the children will be able to see the allegorical floats up close to the place Jean-Béliveau and to continue the festival with, among others, various animation, inflatable games, small train rides and more.
• The 2019 Vanier Cup
Once again, Stade Télus at University laval will host the grand mass of Canadian Interuniversity Sport in 2019 with the presentation of the 55th edition of the Vanier Cup on November 23, 2019!
• The Jacques Cartier National Park
Quebec City is an exceptional source of open-air activities. Although we are in between seasons, the Jacques Cartier National Park offers many activities, such as walking in the forest and recreational kayak in calm water.
• Museums in Quebec City
Source of peace and knowledge, visiting a museum is always a good idea of what to do in November in Quebec City, especially on rainy days. The Civilisation Museum, the National Museum of Fine Arts and the Fort Museum are, among other places that offer a lot and for less!
• Mega-Parc of Galeries de la Capitale
Completely renovated in January 2019 under the theme “STEAMPUNK”, the Mega Park Galeries de la Capitale offers 18 varied rides for young and old, as well as an arcade section and the ice pad. The various attractions are open to the public on weekdays from 10:00 AM to 9:00 PM, Saturdays from 9:00 AM to 5:00 PM and Sundays between 10:00 AM to 5:00 PM. Here are 5 good reasons to go to the Galeries de la Capitale Mega Park.
Still wondering what to do in November in Quebec City? A well-being break never hurts! Having time for yourself is in fact one of the keys to daily happiness. Here are some proposals you can not refuse!
• The spa, so zen!
Stress, gifts, work … everything is stressing you right now? Why not enjoy a good day at the spa? No reason is good enough to avoid it! Whether inside or outside, in urban or natural, Quebec City offers a wide range of possibilities for you to relax. Here are a few nordik psas to check out in Quebec City.
• Manicures and pedicures
Ladies, it’s not because you’ve put away your sandals that means you cannot pamper yourself! Relax in the comfort of a massage chair and let the professionals revive your beauty!
• A well-deserved holiday in a hotel
Allow yourself to sleep in the comfort of a hotel in Quebec City. Enjoy the time, silence and service to evacuate stress and recharge your batteries. Breakfast in bed is in the spotlight! Take advantage of our special this month : traditional room for only 90$ plus taxes, per room, per night. For details visit our social media special page.