Old Quebec : Touch & Feel

COVID-19

Sanitary measures will be respected. The size of the group will be maximum of 8 people + the guide. A 2m distance must be maintained between each participant. We encourage you to come with your mask. We will not enter any building. At the end of the booking process, you will have access to more information. Let’s keep this experience safe all together!

Close your eyes, smell at the air, listen to the ambient noise and touch old stones and statues. Visit Old Quebec as you never thought! This unique tour is for blind and visually impaired people but is open to everyone.

  • Walking tour
  • 2 hours
  • Moderate/Challenging
  • Group size: 10 people max.
  • Starting at 25$/person (Canadian $, taxes included)

Not available right now…

This experience is not available right now. To know when we’re going to add new availabilities, pleace contact us. You can also book it as a private tour, don’t forget to tell us what you would like.

When we visit a city, we mostly rely on visual perception to interpret, understand and enjoy the place. Why not using hearing, olfactive and haptic perceptions ? This walking tour is open to everyone, but primarly made for blind and visually impaired people.

We’ll use environment of Old Quebec to explain local history, architecture, urbanism and topography.

Unique characteristics of this guided tour

The size of the group will be smaller than usual. Ticket is free for companions (one companion per blind or visually impaired person). A companion ensure the safety of the accompanied person and actively contribute to the visit by describing what the accompanied person touches. Guide dogs are welcome. This tour is also available as private tour. Because touching monuments is exhausting, we’ll do several breaks during the tour.

Low demand, low availability

There’s a very little demand for this Classic Tour. Contact us as soon as possible to see if we can add an availability for you.


This tour was made possible thanks to the Regroupement des Personnes Handicapées Visuelles Régions 03-12 invaluable help. We are happy to contribute to the accessibility of history and heritage to blind and visually impaired people.

Notre-Dame-des-Victoires, Place royale (Petit Champlain)

How to get there ?

Stay in front of the church Notre-Dame-des-Victoires, which stands on Place royale.

If you need help or if you didn’t find an availability that suits you, please contact us. We might add an availability for you if we can. It is also possible to provide a private tour.


Terms & conditions

Please check our terms for refund and cancellation policies here.