to Québec City with a bang

Start Your Visit to Québec City with a BANG at the Musée du Fort

Since 1965, the Musée du Fort has presented a SOUND AND LIGHT SHOW on the military history of Québec City.

Sound and Light Show with Interactive Quiz

Photo credits : André-Olivier Lyra

The great battles of Québec City

The Musée du Fort presents an original and unique sound and light show on the military history of Québec City. Located in front of the famous Château Frontenac, the museum is a great first stop for a historical visit and it can easily fit into any activity plannings in and around Old Québec.

Time Travel

Following an introduction by our guides, our sound and light show tells the story of the six sieges of Québec City including the famous battle of the Plains of Abraham and Benedict Arnold's march to Québec.

Through our impressive 400 ft sq. model of Québec City and its outlying regions in 1750, you will fully appreciate the strategic importance of this historic city.

Sound and visual effects accompany this fascinating history lesson.


After the sound and light show projected on our unique giant scale model of the area circa 1750, play an interactive quiz! If you correctly answer our trick questions about the six sieges of Québec, you could win a prize!


Witness our historical reconstitution of the great battles of Québec, including the famous battle of the Plains of Abraham. Travel back in time with us to discover the now legendary figures who participated in the six sieges of the city.

With the help of our 400 sq. ft. model of the region of Québec in 1750 and its special effets, you will understand the strategic and geographic importance of the only fortified city in North America!

Our guides will introduce you to this interesting adventure by presenting the show and preparing you for our very popular interactive quiz.

Following the sound and light show, you will participate in our famous interactive quiz. You will answer some questions on the content of the show and if you paid attention, you will increase your chances of having a good score and winning a prize! You will review the militry history of Québec City with a fun game that everyone will enjoy!

What does the name “Québec” mean?
Where the rock is like diamond
Where the river narrows
I remember

The activity lasts 45 minutes. We are open for groups at all times (8:30 AM to 9:15 PM) upon reservation.

Student Group*

$5.50 per student and chaperon, taxes included. One free admission per show.

Adult Group*

$6.50 per person, taxes included. One free admission per show.

*A minimum of 15 people is required for group rates.

Schedule & Fees

The Musée du Fort will be temporarily closed all season 2024.








Children 10 and under


Student groups (15 people and more)


Adult groups (15 people and more)


*Taxes are included, and prices may change without notice.



In the boutique, we have the most complete collection of historical books in Old Québec available in both languages (English and French).


Some souvenirs are available like plastic soldiers, military objects and wooden muskets.


We offer metal figurines and several sets of certified collectible soldiers as well.


Contact Us


10, rue Sainte-Anne
C.P. 833, Haute-Ville, Québec
QC, G1R 4S7

Our team

Dominique Laflamme
General Manager

Group Reservations:


Last name*

Telephone number*

E-Mail address*

Group name

Number of attendees (student and adult)

Reservations required for groups of 15 or more only





For its anniversary, the Musée du Fort is adding new technology to improve the experience of his sound and light show.

The modernization of the show was made possible through a generous contribution from the Office du Tourisme de Québec, the Quebec City Local Development Centre, the Conférence des élus de la Capitale-Nationale, Tourisme Québec and the Secrétariat à la Capitale Nationale. A production team entirely from Québec (Productions Far East, Studio Element, 20k, XYZ Cultural Technology and Riki solutions) has revisited the entire show, using their talent and advanced technology (maping) to create even more visual effects.