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OT: Quebec City

About 6 years ago I visited Quebec City on a class trip and visited a museum that included a very laarge section dedicated to hockey in Quebec, they also had an area dedicated to Patrick Roy. My question is, what is the name of that place?
Also, what are some other attractions and sites to visit in the city?
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About 6 years ago I visited Quebec City on a class trip and visited a museum that included a very laarge section dedicated to hockey in Quebec, they also had an area dedicated to Patrick Roy. My question is, what is the name of that place?
Also, what are some other attractions and sites to visit in the city?
Thanks.
Dunno about the museum.

There is lot of music show during the summer maybe you'll be lucky! Les Plaines D'abraham and all the downtown is great to visit during the summer. La Rue St-jean during the day, and La grande Allée at night.

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Dunno about the museum.

There is lot of music show during the summer maybe you'll be lucky! Les Plaines D'abraham and all the downtown is great to visit during the summer. La Rue St-jean during the day, and La grande Allée at night.
I can't remember if it was a museum or a discovery center, but i am somewhat sure that it is situated in old quebec, they have a whole section dedicated to hockey and it's history in Quebec. A large Roy section, and a Large Beliveau as well, seats from the old fourm, and an area to clock your shot speed.

Does that ring any bells to any native Quebec City residents?

I know that there was a whole bunch of exhibitions to visit, I was only concerned with the one place, and that was the Hockey section.

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I know there is the Museum of Civilisation in Vieux Québec, I was there a couple months ago.

However, the hockey exhibit is probably long gone.

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