Quebec Fortress is the largest defense system in North America. The castle, which held the throat of the St. Lawrence River, was built by Britain to prevent the invasion of the South Gate by the United States. There are camps, museums, Governor's Palace and forts. It's a must-see tourist attraction in Quebec.
Although the walls and fortresses have lost their defensive value, they should not be demolished, thus establishing the status of historic sites and creating potential for tourism development in old Quebec. Star Castle Fortress has now become a good place for tourists to nostalgia for the past.
The museum is situated at the highest point of the star fortress in Quebec's old urban area and the highest point of Quebec City. It can see the whole city around it and is still a military camp. The tour requires a ticket of $16 per person, which is taken by English or French guides every half hour. It is not free to move. If you are interested in history, you can go to see it, and it is better to choose summer. There are also traditional job-changing ceremonies to watch, and specific time can be checked online. Otherwise, you don't have to go in, so you can turn around.
A museum built in an ancient fortress, the site of ancient buildings is well protected. The broken bricks and tiles in the glass cover remind us of the splendor and function of the old fortress. The ancient weapons show how the ancient city of Quebec played the role of a military fortress in that year.
It was once Canada's military stronghold, and this museum is very vividly described.
It looks like a small castle, showing some historical facts about the six wars that took place here in the past. Up to now, because of the French-speaking community, there are still some local voices seeking independence and even triggered votes, which also add some discomfort to the French romance here. Come to this museum and see if you can find some traces.
The Fortress Museum is a museum related to military affairs.
Museums with hundreds of years of history are really worth visiting.