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FEATURED SITE

Our featured site for November and December is The Plains of Abraham Museum and Battlefield Park, located in one of the most vibrant cities in North America, Quebec City.

 

 

Settled in 1608 by Samuel de Champlain, Quebec City is one of the oldest cities on the continent. For those fascinated with history, this is a “don’t miss” destination. Under the direction of the National Battlefields Commission Battlefield Park is today visited by some four million visitors and tourists annually, for a variety of summer and winter activities. The Plains of Abraham Museum serves as the park's information and reception center. It features a multi-media exhibition about the siege of Québec and the 1759 and 1760 battles of the Plains of Abraham that re-shaped the future of both Canada and the United States. Open year-round, the museum serves as the starting point for tours and includes a gift shop where you can pick up a souvenir of the past and perhaps some Cartridge Candy. Tell them Sutler Cyrus sent you.

 

Pictures courtesy of the National Battlefields Commission

 

 

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