Quebec City’s Morrin Centre re-designs its website

The Morrin Centre in Quebec City recently re-designed its website, making it more visually appealing and easier to discover what the English-speaking cultural centre offers, including its tours. The centre was originally built as the city’s first jail and now houses a beautiful library.

Morrin Centre websiteIf Quebec City is on your travel itinerary this summer, I suggest you consider visiting the Morrin Centre that is located in the historical quarter. To take the special tours, available in English and French, it is recommended you make reservations or check ahead for availability. Make sure you visit the common gaol.

Although the library does not feature any genealogical research tools, the staff will suggest other resources.


About Gail Dever

Gail Dever is a Montreal-based genealogist and blogger and a webmaster for the British Isles Family History Society of Greater Ottawa.
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One Response to Quebec City’s Morrin Centre re-designs its website

  1. Susan Gingras Calcagni says:

    A trip to Quebec City this summer is sounding more inviting with each post of all the wonderful attractions!

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