Casinos near me in Quebec City

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History of the gambling in Quebec City

Quebec City casinos are now legally accepted, so if you want to enjoy a pleasant evening, you can visit one of them.

The first legal land-based casinos in Quebec City go back to the year 1969 when Loto Quebec was officially founded. Interestingly enough, the gambling was a helping hand in organizing and funding of the Olympic Games.

On November 2, 2006, the Quebec Cabinet authorized Loto-Québec to open four gaming halls including Quebec City.

From that time, you can play different table games and bet on horses including Kinzo that is a unique bingo-like gaming concept in which multimedia sound and light shows on wall screens and illuminated ceiling lights add excitement.

How to choose the right casino in

Offer 1 – If you know which place you want to visit, you can see if there is a casino nearby. 

Offer 2 – Choose a hotel that offers the casino tour. Sometimes the casino is on the territory of the hotel.

Offer 3 – If you like only the certain casino game, you need to do the research beforehand.  

What to do in Quebec City?

There are several interesting sights besides the casinos that you can look forward to when visiting Quebec City:

  • Fortress of Quebec - Many guides in Quebec advise to start your city tour by visiting this architectural monument. The walls of a majestic pseudo-palace, an outsider at the end of the 19th century in the "medieval" style, hide a luxurious hotel.
  • Catholic Church - Cathedral of Notre Dame de Quebec adorns st. rue du Bois since 1647 and is on the list of the oldest Catholic sanctuaries in Canada.
  • The Chateau Frontenac was commissioned by the Canadian Pacific Railroad. The building is located on the banks of the St. Lawrence River on the heights of Cape Diamant, which is now the historical centre of Quebec.
  • La Morisi National Park

Located between Quebec City and Montreal, this 536 sq km nature reserve is a piece of wondrous Canadian nature: densely forested hills, long blue lakes left over from glaciation.

Interesting Facts about Quebec City

  • When Ottawa was chosen as the capital of Canada, Quebec City became the capital of the province of Quebec.
  • The average age of a resident of the city is 43.5 years - this is the highest figure among all major cities in Canada.
  • Most of the people living in the city are native French speakers and only 1.5% of residents are native English speakers.
  • The place where the city of Quebec now stands was literally under an ice cap 14 thousand years ago.


Yes, Quebec is home to several land-based casinos. Some of the prominent ones include Casino de Montréal, Casino du Lac-Leamy in Gatineau, Casino de Charlevoix, and Casino de Mont-Tremblant.

Quebec's land-based casinos offer a variety of casino games, including slot machines, table games, poker, and more. Visitors can also enjoy dining options, bars, entertainment, and special events at these establishments.

The legal gambling age for visitors to the casinos in Quebec is typically 18 years or older. However, it's advisable to confirm the specific age requirements at the individual casinos, as they may vary slightly.