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Les Galeries de la Capitale is the largest shopping centre in Eastern Canada, with its stores and restaurants, an IMAX theatre and the new fugacious Méga Parc. The park comprises 10 new attractions for the whole family, including new rides like the...more
Hours Today: 10:00 AM - 9:00 PM
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Suggested duration: 2-3 hours
5401 Boulevard des Galeries, Quebec City, Quebec G2K 1N4, Canada
This place is sooo big, you can easily get lost ... if you see something that you want, buy it right away because you may not be able to find the store ever again!!!! We had lots of fun, found lots of great items of...More
I love this mall and go every year at my kids’ request. They get families and it’s always fun.
The entertainement section is currently under renovations but there are still fun games.
The mall is nice, Simmons is a plus and the food court has...More
Amusement park is being renovated. They still have a few rides for the kids but can be really crowded during the weekend. Pay per ride, bracelet and evening rates no longer available. More for small kids. Skating rink closed. Can't wait to see the when...More
Date of experience: October 2017
galeriesdelacapitale, Responsable relations publiques at Les Galeries de la Capitale, responded to this reviewResponded October 13, 2017
Thank you for your feedback. As you wrote it, the old mega Parc being under construction, we offer few rides for kids, but any customer can decide to try one or two ride and buy only the points needed. Rides cost between 2...More
Price was good since we arrived at 5:00. Bracelet is $15 per person for 4 hrs in the evening. Skating is included but bring your own skates or else pay to rent. Rides include a pretty decent roller coaster (for young kids), bumper cars, a...More
Shop, eat and play here! Loads of parking and eateries and shops including Hudsons Bay and Simon and Sears.
There is an indoor amusement park for kids and an ice skating rink as well as cinemas. Can very easily spend an afternoon here and it...More
Ended up here as an alternative option due to weather. Visited with my husband and 15 year old. Was amazed by the full size ice rink and amusement park that included a roller coaster. We found stores such forever 21 and h&m, bath and body...More
We came to Quebec City as we wanted a mini vacation at march break with an indoor activity, this place gave us that, we purchased the family special good for the whole day unlimited rides the kids loved their time there, and you can't ask...More
Hi, my name is Dylan, and I will be going on a class trip with about 50 other 8th graders from my school. I was wondering if anyone knows how some of the restaurants are in the City. These are the restaurants we will be going to: Breakfast: Le Cochon Dingue Le Petit Chateau La Vieille Maison du Spaghetti Lunch: Same as breakfast Dinner: an authentic sugar shack Le Bonaparte Le Buffet des Continents Also, I was wondering how "Les Galeries de la Capitale" is there. I guess it...More
January 12, 2008|
Hi Dylan: I can give you some comments on two of the restaurants listed: 1)Le Petite Chateau - Features a wide variety of crepes in a relaxed setting. Great place for breakfast. We've been there about six times and on each visit there was usually a school group like yours sitting at long tables enjoying themselves. 2)Le Conchon Dingue - Nice variety of good food at inexpensive prices. You can check out their menu at their website: www.conchondingue.com. Have a great time in...More
Shopping (school supplies and mid priced clothing) ? (14 Replies)
Would the Les Galeries de la Capitale Mall be a good place for that? Or the Laurier Québec Mall ?
July 23, 2018|
Both are equally good. (many stores are in both locations.)