There's an abundance of things to do in Quebec, there's no doubt about that. To narrow it down, MTL Blog has made a list of some of the most magical things you can do in our province.\nFrom colourful exhibitions to some of the cutest streets in Quebec, this list is filled with places you need to make your way to this winter!\nFind out where the magical spots in our province are hidden below!\nVisit MTLBlog for more headlines.\nThose long and dreaded winter months are upon us and there is nothing that we can do to stop it. Instead of complaining constantly about the winter, we must start finding things to do in Quebec that embrace the beauty and positive aspects that come with the season. Some magical destinations reach their peak during this time of the year.\nDon’t get me wrong, I'm not the biggest fan of winter, but I do love my city and a big part of being a Montrealer means knowing that you are tough enough to get through the harsh weather conditions that we face.\nWe are so lucky to live in a province that has an abundance of enchanted locations. From indoor activities that will fill you with joy to indoor activities that will keep you warm, Quebec truly has something for everyone.\nInstead of complaining this winter, why not explore the advantages that comes with this frigid yet festive time of the year?\nThese breath-taking destinations across Quebec will not only allow you to survive the cold but to thrive through it. While of course, getting that premium social media content at the same time!\nParc Linéaire de la Rivière Saint-Charles\nView this post on Instagram Walks in the snow are my favorites 💕 • • • • • • #snowlover #winter #winterlove #winterdog #snowdog #dogloversclub #dogofinstagram #aussieshepherd #aussiesofinstagram #aussiedoingthings #bluemerleaussie #bluemerle #happydoggy #happydoggo #happydoghappylife #quebecdog #crewduqc #quebecoriginal #quebec A post shared by @ sydney_the_australianshepherd on Nov 28, 2019 at 6:01am PST\nThis impressive 32 km long park is home to restaurants, hotels and tons of winter activities to participate in. From skating, snowshoeing, skiing, and more, this little slice of winter heaven is an ideal escape from the city.\nMy favourite part about this spot is is hands down the boardwalk, especially during the winter. The long plank that stretches over the water will give you the illusion that you are floating.\nAnd, to top it all off, you can bring your dog along for the trip!\nLa Promenade de la Mer à Rimouski\nView this post on Instagram Un joli couché en cette journée pluvieuse. ✨ A post shared by 𝐴𝐿𝐼𝐶𝐼𝐴 ✧ 𝐷-𝑃𝐴𝑅𝐴𝐷𝐼𝑺 (@aliciadparadis) on Oct 31, 2019 at 8:47am PDT\nBuilt-in 2003, this promenade has seen its fair share of guests. The magnificent boardwalk sits between the sea and the city and is about 4 km long, which makes for a good workout.\nAlthough this spot is a bit of a drive from Montreal, it's a great location to explore throughout a weekend. If you are not going on vacation anytime soon, why not explore what Rimouski has the offer?\nGrand Quai du Port de Montréal\nView this post on Instagram Old port #Montreal #Canada #quebec A post shared by Anouk Bachman (@valskuiken) on Nov 17, 2019 at 2:17pm PST\nOld Montreal is incredibly romantic. The combination of old-world charm combined with the modern lifestyle is what I love most about the area.\nThe Grand Quay is a magical location in our city that many of us don’t take advantage of. Throughout the months of winter, this romantic pathway lit up by the sky and surrounding buildings will remind you what you love about winter.\nHidden Christmas Market at Maison Pepin\nView this post on Instagram Projet du weekend: Venez dès maintenant vous procurer un de nos sapin de Noël naturel de 6, 8 ou 10 pieds chez Maison Pepin! 🎄 —— Weekend project: Come get one of our natural 6,8 or 10 feet Christmas tree at Maison Pepin! 🎄 . . . . . . . . . . . . #winterready #teampepin #winterwonderland #christmas #community #winter #wintervibe #maisonpepincommunity #pepinlove #oldmontreal #shoplocal #shopsmall #local #vieuxmontreal #quality #teamwork #thatsdarling #instadaily #feelgood #homesweethome #madewithlove #warm #sharing #Locally A post shared by Maison Pepin (@maison_pepin) on Nov 28, 2019 at 10:45am PST\nIf you want to feel like you are the star of a Netflix Christmas movie then Maison Pepin is the place for you. Tucked away in an alley off of rue St-Paul in Old Montreal, this local boutique turns this path into an outstanding Christmas Market.\nThe hand-crafted items include everything from clothing and home décor to handmade pieces of jewellery.\nNot only does this romantic market give you the illusion of being in a Christmas movie but you will also feel like you got lost somewhere in Europe.\nMiracle Pop Up Bar\nView this post on Instagram Un peu de magie de Noël ✨ A post shared by Chloé 🐼 (@chloetrips) on Dec 26, 2018 at 6:05pm PST\nIf you are not into the outdoors but you still want to participate in a wintery activity then look no further because Miracle Pop Up Bar is where you belong.\nWalking into Miracle feels like you are entering the mind of Santa Claus and it is awesome. Plus, you can drink festive alcoholic beverages and wear ugly Christmas sweaters. There is nothing more magical than that.\nParc National D'Îles de Boucherville\nView this post on Instagram #ilesdeboucherville #sentierraquette #nature A post shared by So (@sobert68) on Jan 27, 2019 at 5:13pm PST\nLocated only a few kilometres from our little island, Îles de Boucherville is an easy destination to get to.\nThroughout the months of winter, visitors enjoy cross-country skiing or snowshoeing. But, what I love most, is the impressive wooden bridge that seems straight out of a romance novel.\nThis national park is not only sprawling with picturesque views, but it will allow you to reconnect to the natural beauty that Quebec has to offer.\nLe Nordik Nature Spa\nView this post on Instagram Relaxation this way 👉🏻❄️ I knew I would head back to NY relaxed but had no idea it would be by this much! You're the best @m2gerrard thanks again for an amazing afternoon/evening. #winterwonderland #hydrotherapy A post shared by Sarah Gerrard (@s_lgerrard) on Nov 28, 2016 at 4:13pm PST\nSpending time outdoors means something different to everyone. For some it means hiking through nature and for others, like myself, it means soaking your troubles away.\nThis relaxation destination houses numerous outdoor baths, all of which are set to different temperatures to ensure you find the one that’s just right for you.\nDomaine Echanteurs\nView this post on Instagram Arrowhead Ice Skating Trail was named one of the Top 50 Canadian Winter Experiences *and* one of 19 Stunning Natural Ice Skating Rinks Around the World… so yeah, it’s pretty cool. Hit it up when it opens late this month! Photo by @thecuriouscreature #curiocitytoronto A post shared by Curiocity Toronto (@curiocitytoronto) on Dec 18, 2018 at 12:53pm PST\nIf you are in the mood to go skating through a torch-lit path outside of the city, then you are in for a treat because at Domaine Echanteurs you can do just that.\nThe impressive trail allows skaters to drift through a majestic pine forest, enjoying the solitude and enchanting stillness of nature around them. And, if you're really lucky, you may be able to spot a forest animal out in the wild.\nSanta’s Village\nView this post on Instagram It’s the final countdown 🎅🏻 . . . . #village #villageduperenoel #valdavid #valdavidquebec #laurentian #laurentides #santaclaus #santaclausevillage #tourismquebec #kidsblogger #xmastime #winteractivities #winterkids #kidswinter #xmas2018 #pèrenoel #jaimenoel #kidstravel #kidstravelling #winterfun #jaimelequebec #traveldestination #wintertravel #wintertravels #leslaurentides #ilovesanta #santaclausiscomingtotown #winterwonderland #wintertravels #hiver2018 A post shared by Selfie Académie Blog (@selfie.academie) on Dec 23, 2018 at 8:28am PST\nWintertime has a way of making you feel like a kid again and Santa’s Village was designed to do just that. Allow yourself to be immersed in a world of glee and merriment.\nLocated a bit outside of Montreal, this winter village will evoke childhood emotions from your Grinch-like soul.\nThe "Imagine Van Gogh" Exhibit\nView this post on Instagram Voyez plus de 200 oeuvres de Vincent Van Gogh sur des écrans géants de 8 mètres de haut (26 pieds) ! Dès le 5 décembre, du mardi au dimanche de 10h à 18h. Billets en vente maintenant! Saviez-vous que les billets sont à petit prix les mardis ? . See more than 200 works by Vincent Van Gogh on giant screens 8 metres high (26 feet)! Starting December 5th, from Tuesday to Sunday from 10am to 6pm. Tickets on sale now! Did you know that tickets are specially priced on Tuesdays? . #imaginevangogh #vangoghmtl #vangoghmontreal . #exposition #exhibit #art #montreal #mtl #canada #impressionnisme #impressionism #postimpressionism #postimpressionnisme #fauvisme #fauvism #expressionnisme #expressionism #culture #vangogh #vincentvangogh #mtlmoment #vangoghinspired #vangoghlover #vangoghalive #vangoghart #vangoghexperience #musee #fondationvincentvangogh #vangoghmuseum @arsenalcontemporary A post shared by Imagine Van Gogh Montreal (@vangogh_montreal) on Nov 28, 2019 at 5:00am PST\nIf you want to experience something magical, while avoiding frostbite than the new Van Gogh Exhibit is for you.\nThis immersive experience right here in Montreal is not permanent, which is why you need to check it out while you can.\nThe exhibit allows participants to dive deep into the mind and work of one of the most influential artists to ever live. Now that is pretty magical.\nIslet Point in Tadoussac\nView this post on Instagram 🍁✨ #canada #quebec #roadtrip #travel A post shared by Eloïse 🌙💫 (@the_happy.moon) on Oct 12, 2019 at 5:17am PDT\nKnown for its epic whale watching, Islet Point in Tadoussac is a must for anyone looking to road trip through the province this winter. The six-hour drive is worth it when you take in the surrounding beauty that is found all around this location.\nThe beautiful path will guide guests to the top of where the Saguenay River meets the St. Lawrence River. The authentic and surreal experience is one that you will remember for a long time.\nPink Lake in Gatineau Park\nView this post on Instagram On today’s adventure we got a little over confident with our winter hike after looking like a boyband shooting an album cover (Rebecca as boyband manager/photographer) and we got a bit lost, then lost signal, then phones died, then we thought we might get attacked by bears but eventually, luckily, we found a pub! 🍻 . . . . . #Ottawa #boyband #albumcover #Quebec #tunnel #snow #forset #winterwalk #winterhike #snowday #pose #stream #frozen #bridge #snowy #pals #Ontario #Winter #HodgeAndHaines #TravellingTheAmericas A post shared by Rebecca and Paddy (@hodge_haines.busestrainsplanes) on Nov 17, 2019 at 7:38pm PST\nAlthough Pink Lake is not actually pink, the area in which it resides is pretty spectacular. If you follow the wooden boardwalk known as the pink lake trail, you'll be able to witness the true magic of nature.\nLocated just ten minutes from downtown Ottawa, this destination is full of outstanding nature views, walking paths and is the perfect backdrop for that Instagram photoshoot you have been meaning to have.\nÎle Saint-Bernard\nView this post on Instagram Prendre soin des animaux, un bonheur 🦅💙❄️ A post shared by @ jtr3mb on Nov 16, 2019 at 6:59pm PST\nNot many people know about this little haven not far out of Montreal, which means it is a great place to go if you are looking for a mini-escape.\nThe boardwalk allows you to walk parallel to the water and throughout the cold of winter, the lake turns into thick ice that you can walk across.\nThere is also a ton of wildlife throughout the area so if you are an animal lover, that is a major bonus for you.\nRue du Petit-Champlain\nView this post on Instagram This is an unmissable quarter of Quebec City. Five years ago, Rue de Petit-Champlain was named the best street in Canada. In the winter, it looks like something out of a holiday movie! Read all about it at our link in bio. #tlpicks courtesy of @manucoveney A post shared by Travel + Leisure (@travelandleisure) on Oct 29, 2019 at 6:30am PDT\nRue du Petit-Champlain in Quebec city is one of the most charming and enchanting streets in the province, and it's definitely worth taking a road trip for.\nThere is no denying that Quebec City offers a quality that is incomparable to anywhere else in the world. And, during the winter, that “je ne sais quoi” intensifies through the lights, snowflakes, and holiday cheer.\nLaSalle Bird Sanctuary\nView this post on Instagram Quebec, Canada #wonderland #winter #wintertime #fall #inverno #invierno #vinter #cold #winterwonderland #snow #natur #ice #freezing #bestnatureshot #natureaddict #natureelite #nature_sultans #ilovewinter #winterscoming #love #freddo #picoftheday #all_pixs #bestseason #instagold #tagsta_nature A post shared by SGoucheva (@sgoucheva) on Jan 13, 2015 at 9:35am PST\nIf you're in desperate need of an escape but you don’t have the time to go anywhere far, this hidden gem will allow you to feel as though you are far away from the city, without even having to leave the island.\nThe mesmerizing park offers gorgeous views and, as its name suggests, it also happens to be a migratory bird sanctuary.\nNot enough locals take advantage of the mystic splendour of this location, which is exactly why you should.\nParc Jean-Drapeau’s Hidden Waterfall\nView this post on Instagram Viens jouer dehors! On a des centaines d'hectares enneigés parfaits pour faire des anges et des bonhommes qui t'attendent! ⛄️❄️ #mtlneige #onserejointdehors #parcjeandrapeau #jeandrapeau #pleinair #nature #neige #hiver #mtl #montreal A post shared by Parc Jean Drapeau (@parcjeandrapeau) on Mar 15, 2017 at 12:15pm PDT\nParc Jean- Drapeau has many secret magical spots including a few waterfalls scattered throughout its island.\nThis romantic winter haven is ideal for anyone looking for a little adventure, without having to travel too far.\nThe secluded and well-maintained waterfalls are a 10-minute walk from the metro station.\nComplexe Desjardins' Fountain Show\nView this post on Instagram A post shared by Robert Martin (@mtlfotograf) on Dec 4, 2019 at 8:20am PST\nComplex Desjardins always brings it during the holiday but this year, they have truly outdone themselves\nThe digital fountain show is a mesmerizing experience for shoppers and visitors to take part in.\nThere is also a 3D Christmas tree set up and of course, plenty of photo opportunities for you to take advantage of.\nAtwater Christmas Market\nView this post on Instagram Montreal’s known as a beautiful winter wonderland, and If you’re heading there this holiday season then it’s definitely a great idea to check out the Atwater Christmas Market. Stroll near the canal and take in the festive displays at this Village de Noel, where you can pick up one of a kind gifts while treating yourself to the many delicious vendors serving up everything from churros to the classic Canadian maple syrup rolled on a stick. ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ —⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ What other holiday markets should we check out this year?⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ .⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ .⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ .⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ 📸@caroolabbe⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ #modernconcierge #holiday #christmas #christmasmarket #markets #winter #winterwonderland #montreal #visitmontreal #montrealholiday #atwaterchristmasmarket #mtlblog #vollagedenoel #noel #vendors #unique #gifts #giftgiving #holidayshopping #maplesyrup #concierge #torontoconcierge #asktheconcierge #intheknow #canadian #canada #canadanwinter A post shared by Modern Concierge Inc. (@modernconcierge) on Nov 26, 2019 at 9:01am PST\nThe Atwater Christmas Market is a must for anyone looking to do something special this winter.\nThis holiday market is straight out of a Christmas movie. Plus, it is stocked with vendors, food, games, and drinks to make sure that every guest finds something they like.\nSkate Through The Old Port\nView this post on Instagram Bonne et heureuse année! | Happy New Year! #vieuxportmtl #oldportmtl A post shared by Vieux-Port de Montréal (@vieuxportmtl) on Dec 31, 2017 at 10:07pm PST\nThe much-anticipated Old Port skating rink has opened and it is going to allow skaters to feel as though they are gliding through Rockefeller Center in New York City.\nAlthough our city has no shortage of ice rinks, there is something magical about skating through the most romantic part of our city.\nOgilvy Holiday Window\nView this post on Instagram The cute little #enchantedworld on Sherbrooke Street is so beautiful! Everywhere you look there’s something different happening! #montreal A post shared by Brooke King (@brookekiing) on Nov 26, 2019 at 4:16pm PST\nThe Ogilvy Holiday window is a Montreal classic during the holiday season. Its magic and majesty have amazed onlookers for years and this year the window will be as beautiful as always.\nThe window has been on display since 1947 and it is one of the most magical things to see during the wintertime in our city.\nFeel the magic, Montreal!