We went here to ice skate and it was really fun. They have onsite rentals and the staff are nice and friendly.
About Plains of Abraham
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Visited the Plains of Abraham while in Quebec. The view is outstanding but I cannot believe the French lost with such a commanding position.
this is like New York Central Park, in fact just as big. We only walked a small part of it, but was very clean and beautiful
The Plains of Abraham are a ways out of the main part of the old city. We got there via the Hop On Hop Off Bus, but you could also walk. The Plains are adjacent to the Citadel. Be sure to read the history of...More
I went for a jog here and it was a relaxing and beautiful oasis from the commotion of the city. You can walk on trails or on the roadway.
We spent the morning wandering around the Plains of Abraham. Quite a lot of walking. Wonderful views of the city and surrounding areas. Would do a tour next visit. Museum looked interesting but did not have time
Like the title says, it is a big park. But not any park. It's a also a nice way to walk to your next attractions out of the traffic and a nice environment. On one side you find the Citadelle, has you go west you'll...More
Not much to see here, really. Just a big field along side some fortifications. There's a statue to explain who 'Abraham' was. Nevertheless, if one takes the 'Hop On, Hop Off' bus tour, one gets to listen to a whole lot of information on the...More
Elevated.Good views over the St.Lawrence river,history all around,both English and French,good walking area,worth a visit on a sunny day.
Its a nice park up on the bluff but does not really reference the battle that was fought here. it on the fringe of the city and not accessible to much else in town with out a good 10 -15 min walk