Info COVID-19

The health and safety of the Battlefields Park employees and users is the National Battlefields Commission (NBC)'s priority.

The NBC is following the advice of public health experts and taking steps to limit the spread of COVID-19 and reduce risks to all users of te park.

Current situation
Instructions for visitors

Current situation

Plains of Abraham Museum

he Plains of Abraham Museum has reopened on June 26. Nothing has been left to chance to ensure optimal sanitary premises so you can tour the Battles 1759-1760 and Identities exhibitions safely!

For all questions relating to group activities, contact reservation@ccbn-nbc.gc.ca.


Public washrooms

Washrooms at the Plains of Abraham Museum are open daily according to the Museum's opening hours, from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m.. Washroom facilities on Taché Avenue are open daily from 9 a.m. to 9 p.m.


Park access

The Battlefields Park, of which the Plains of Abraham are a part, is open to visitors wanting to explore nature in the city. The eastern portion of the Park (Cross of Sacrifice entrance) remains closed to automobile traffic until further notice. Please note that the use of BBQs on the park remains prohibited. The NBC counts on the diligence of the park users to follow directives issued by public health authorities.


Edwin-Bélanger Bndstand

The Québec government has requested the cancellation of indoor and outdoor festivals and cultural events planned in Québec until August 31, 2020. The Edwin-Bélanger Bandstand's 2020 musical season, scheduled to begin on June 14, is therefore cancelled.


Activities and events on the park

Due to the interdiction of gatherings and physical distancing directives, the NBC has cancelled the Great Celebration of Nature scheduled for May 24, 2020.

The holding of other activites and events planned on the park (guided tours, Battlefields, etc.) will depend on how the situation develops and on public health directives. Information will be updated regularly.


Instructions for visitors

Before visiting

  • Stay home if you or a household member are showing symptoms of COVID-19.
  • Plan your visit with the map of the park.
  • Bring your own hand sanitizer, water, food, etc. 

On site

  • Always keep a distance of 2 metres from others.
  • Follow the signs and indications.
  • Be courteous: wash or sanitize your hands often, cough into the bend of your arm and wear a mask or face covering when physical distancing is not possible.