The garden awakens to celebrate winter, decked out in all its majesty.
Located near the municipal reservoir, in the shade of the Concorde, the Joan of Arc Garden bears a magical and festive atmosphere. Discover the winter heritage of the Plains of Abraham in this unique decor featuring sparkling winter scenes from centuries past. Also stop by our snowmen factory and leave your mark!
Explore the hushed garden and the history of the Plains of Abraham—Canada’s first historic park.
- Snowshoeing and snowshoers
- Skating at the Quebec Skating Rink
- The Québec Bulldogs take the Stanley Cup
- Cross-country skiing to ski jumping
- Nutcrackers at the Martello Towers
Landscape architect Louis Perron created the elegant Joan of Arc garden in 1938. With its stately palisade of American elms it has always been a jewel in the crown of the Plains of Abraham. From April to October it delights visitors with the riot of colours and scents of its 150+ plant varieties and species before transforming itself into a haunted garden for Halloween. Now you can experience it in its winter finery.
Consult here the various displays in the garden:
Welcome Snowshoers (part 1)
Welcome Snowshoers (part 2)
From mid-November to mid-April, daily, in the day-time and in the evening.