9 Kiosks on Dufferin Terrace in Old Québec City, Canada

Dufferin Terrace was designed for leisure. There are countless benches positioned on both sides of the boardwalk. These are perfect positions for people watching. But the best seats are standing in one of six kiosks. These gazebos overlook Lower Town and the Saint Lawrence River. The kiosks are named after three former governor generals (Frontenac, Dufferin and Lorne), the first bishop of the Archdiocese of Québec (Plessis), one queen (Victoria) and her daughter (Princess Louise, who was married to Lorne).


Terrasse Dufferin, Rue des Carrières, Québec, QC G1R 5J5, Canada


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