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Village historique de Val-Jalbert © Saguenay-Lac-Saint-Jean/C.-D.Robitaille

Theme attractions

Step back in time and into your imagination as you discover lumberjacks, Aboriginal peoples, historical figures of the New France era, fairies and other mythological creatures in Québec’s theme parks! Visitors looking to combine entertainment and discovery are in for the time of their lives.

The Montréal Biodôme is housed in the former Velodrome, a cycling arena built for the 1976 Montréal Olympic Games by French architect Roger Taillibert.

Experience Quebecers’ ancestral lifestyles and discover their rich heritage. Various theme parks enthusiastically recreate country, forest and mining settings of the 19th and early 20th centuries. Come take an unforgettable trip to the past!

Other theme parks focus on imaginary and mythological settings, where you can meet Santa Claus as well as fairytale and fantasy characters, each more colourful than the last. Let your imagination run wild and have a magical time with your family!

Thrill-seekers will love all the rides awaiting them at Montréal’s La Ronde, as well as its entertainment options and ever-present party vibe.

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