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Joan of Arc

Plains of Abraham | next to Hotel Le Concorde, Quebec City, Quebec, Canada
+1 418-649-6157
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Located in the Plains of Abraham, this statue of the French martyr is a tribute to the soldiers who died in the historic battle between the French and British that occurred here in 1759.
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Plains of Abraham | next to Hotel Le Concorde, Quebec City, Quebec, Canada
Downtown Quebec City
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Reviewed yesterday

Whenever we are in Québec, we visit the Jeanne d'Arc jardins on the north side of Battlefields Park. It's a peaceful oasis to enjoy a stroll and look at how the gardens are coming along.

Thank BigGandLittleT
Reviewed 3 days ago

Although not a huge garden, it is very well maintained and has a lot of seasonal flowers in bloom. Nice change from city streets. On the edge of Battlefield Park.

Thank brwerner
Reviewed 1 week ago

not worth a special trip (unless you're particularly interested in Joan of Arc), but it was OK and worth a quick photo

Thank fozjon
Reviewed 4 weeks ago via mobile

Walking thru the Plains of Abraham I spotted a nice floral display and a statue. Getting closer, I could see that the statue was Joan of Arc on a horse. The statue is very well done and the setting is great. You can't miss it...More

Thank BigMerk
Reviewed 9 May 2017

It was a cold, wet day when I visited. Still, there was beauty in the park and remembering history. Nice statue of Joan of Arc. I suspect this place will be stunningly beautiful when the spring flowers are in full bloom!

Thank Ann M
Reviewed 26 March 2017 via mobile

I tried and failed to get close to the statue for a photo due to the depth of the snow around it. I tried valiantly but failed. This made my photo from the side of the park a little further away but it was an...More

Thank Ginges_revenge
Reviewed 17 February 2017

There are several statues in Quebec City, but this is probably the most famous one. It's right on the edge of the Plains of Abraham park, so it's pretty hard to miss! It certainly adds to the beauty of the area!

1  Thank Paul U
Reviewed 29 January 2017

We can see quite clearly how France is connected with Quebec. First there is a bust of Louis XIV and now I found a statue of Joan of Arc. It is located in the Joan of Arc Garden. Yes, Joan of Arc has her own...More

2  Thank Robby G C
Reviewed 17 January 2017

On our way to see the Plains of Abraham we took the path to the right. Followed the humorous painted foot steps on the sidewalk. Slight uphill incline. Did see horse drawn carriages, perhaps we'll take one next time. Found the Joan of Arc Statue...More

2  Thank magic_carpets
Reviewed 7 December 2016 via mobile

Walked past and the area was set-up for a winter wonderland. Unfortunately it was not yet open to the public. The statue and surrounding was gorgeous. Wish the play land was open!

1  Thank Neckole S
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