Cartier-Brébeuf National Historic Site commemorates the period in 1535-1536 when Jacques Cartier and his shipmates wintered near the Iroquoian village of Stadacona. The site also bears witness to the first residence of the Jesuit missionaries, established in Québec in 1625-1626.
Located on the north shore of the Saint-Charles River in the heart of Québec, the site is a magnificent urban park offering countless opportunities for leisure and discovery.
Join in the special events and family activities... spread a picnic on the grass and be one with the amazing ecosystem... take a spin on the bike path... sample annedda, a potent infusion with healing properties. So much to enjoy with friends and family in such spectacular surroundings!