Name : Montcalm Art + Food Tour
Operating Season: June – October
Time: Daily 14h00 – 16h30
Length: 2.5 – 3 hours
Meeting Place : Rue Grande – Allée, Hotel Concorde Lobby
Cost: 45 $ per adult, 25 $ for kids 6 – 12 years old, free for children under 6 years old, plus local taxes TPS TVQ
– 4 + bites & sips from local food producers INCLUDE vendor demonstrations, district’s history!
– Pass through the National Art Museum of Quebec, enjoy the breathtaking view of Abraham Plaines
– Get the authentic English Afternoon Tea at the English-Style garden of Maison Henry Stuart built in 19th century
– Make your own letter with the antique quill (goose feather) at the only Paper Store in the town
DETAILS + INFO:
– Tour runs Rain or Shine. Please dress accordingly
– Price includes all food and selected drink pairings and calligraphy letter making.
– Tour Guide gratuities always graciously accepted.
– Restrooms available during the experience
– Small groups of no more than 12 guests per guide.
– Suitable for most ages and fitness lever. Due to the staircases, it is not wheelchair accessible.
– Notify us of any ALLERGIES or AVERSIONS
– Tour is available in Mandarin and English
WHAT TO EXPECT
Visits 4+locations which are recommended by locals within the epicurean hot-spot at Montcalm which is just beside the Old Quebec.
Stops: Jardin Jeanne d’Arc, Plains of Abraham, Avenue Cartier, Crémazie Street, Boutique Parchemin du Roy.
Food and tea tasting: Two tasting stop of these three boutiques – Bügel Fabrique De Bagels Enr, Gaël Vidricaire pâtisseries, and Maison de Buffet. At the end of the tour, we will stop at Maison Henry Stuard for an authentique English afternoon tea in their beautiful summer garden.
*The itinenary may change without notice due to tour parteners’ situation.
Our local licenced guide share their knowledge and recommendations of architectural gems, famous local boutiques, hidden stories and attractions and restaurants.
Whether you are a local or visiting for the first time, we guarantee that you will walk away the artistic and architectural perspectives and a appreciation for Quebec’s artisans.
Get away from the hustle of Old Quebec and instead dive deep into the charming Art District – Montcalm neighborhoods.