Discover Lévis

Levis is a city located in the province of Quebec, Canada. It is situated on the south shore of the St. Lawrence River and is just east of Quebec City. This vibrant city offers something for everyone from a variety of shops and restaurants to outdoor activities such as golfing, biking and walking trails in nearby parks.

One of Levis' most popular attractions is Plains of Abraham National Historic Site which is a large public park and open space area along the St Lawrence River bank that was once part of the battlefield where British and French forces fought during the 1759 Battle of Quebec. Here you can explore monuments, museums, gardens, trails, walking paths and bike paths while admiring incredible views over to Ile d'Orleans or across to Quebec City's old town.

The Espace 400e Bell museum complex also makes an interesting visit with its interactive exhibits that history buffs will enjoy as well as its impressive IMAX theater experience complete with 3D shows about life in this region hundreds years ago including science experiments with floating ice islands! Filled with family friendly attractions such as an observation tower providing 360-degree views over the river or La Promenade Samuel-de Champlain which features unique art installations while taking a leisurely stroll along Levis' waterfront one can find plenty to keep them busy here!