Canada/United States
Boston to Montreal: A Cultural and Historical Journey
From Harvard Yard to the Fortress of Louisbourg and the museums of Montréal, discover the story of coastal communities of the Atlantic and St. Lawrence Seaway.
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Program No. 15419RJ
13 days
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At a Glance

Learn about the shared heritage of New England and New France as you journey on the Atlantic and St. Lawrence Seaway. Examine events, visit historic ports and gain an understanding of how the sea shaped cultures and economies.
Activity Level
Walking up to two hours a day on cobblestone streets; occasional stairs.

Best of all, you'll ...

  • Local experts illuminate Boston’s historic neighborhoods and Cambridge, plus visit the Museum of Fine Arts.
  • Learn about the maritime history of Atlantic Canada at the Maritime Museum of the Atlantic.
  • Explore fortified Quebec City and the old stone architecture at Place Royale and Petit Champlain.
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Stephen Marchessault
Stephen Marchessault was raised in a bilingual family and has spent most of his life in Québec City. He majored in history at Glendon College at York University in Toronto, and over the years, has developed an interest in the history of Québec City. Stephen enjoys sharing his interest and knowledge of this World Heritage City with lifelong learners.
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