Most Montreal locals love a quick weekend trip down to La Capitale, which is why MTL Blog made a list of nine indoor things to do in Quebec City.\nThe cold of winter doesn't have to stop you from exploring!\nFind out what you can get up to in our province's capital below!\nVisit MTLBlog for more headlines.\nWith the temperature at its very worst here in La Belle Province, it can be hard to come up with fun things to do either on a date or when you're looking for something fun to do with friends. It's especially hard to find fun things to do that aren't just wandering through countless museums, which is why we came up with this list of nine indoor things to do Quebec City.\nThe activities on this list are perfect a rainy day (or a freezing cold day), and they aren't just drinks and a movie.\nNot that there's anything wrong with catching a flick and then hitting up a fun bar - because there are certainly a ton of places in Quebec City worth grabbing a cocktail.\nBut if you're looking to think outside the box a little bit and maybe have a little more fun than the staple drinks and a movie, this list is for you.\nFrom arcades to water parks and a bunch in between (plus a museum or two, but nothing boring... this is a pretty historic city, after all) there's bound to be something on this list for everyone, whether this is your first time in La Capitale or not.\nGo Back In Time At MacFly Bar Arcade\nView this post on Instagram MacFly Bar Arcade 😍😍 One beer, free games ♥️ . . . . . . . . #canada #quebec #bar #arcade #macfly #beer #myman #nightparty A post shared by Chloé Martinez (@chloe_martinez_21) on Dec 5, 2019 at 6:20am PST\nFight the cold and the future with this retro arcade and bar that will keep you occupied (and indoors) for hours.\nWhere: 422 rue Caron, Québec\nFind out more here!\nVisit Bora Parc\nView this post on Instagram enjoy🐳🌊🐬 A post shared by 𝖆𝖗𝖎 ★ (@ariannedignard) on May 18, 2019 at 4:01pm PDT\nJust 30 minutes from Quebec City, this indoor water park is the perfect way to pretend we're not still suffering through winter here in La Belle Province.\nWhere: 860 blvd Valcartier, Saint-Gabriel-de-Valcartier\nFind out more here!\nDrink Tea At The Chateau Frontenac\nView this post on Instagram The world’s most photographed #hotel is in #quebec #city 🇨🇦🍁 and it looks like a fairytale 🤩 A post shared by Mounir Djema 🇩🇿🇨🇦🇺🇲 (@moudjem) on Jan 21, 2020 at 4:52pm PST\nView this post on Instagram Déjeuner à la « Place Dufferin » avec la superbe vue sur le Fleuve Saint-Laurent 😍🙌🏼 . . . . . #breakfast#instapic#instaphoto#momblogger#foodporn#food#frontenac#placedufferin#frontenac#happyme#vacancy#family#coffee#morningcoffee A post shared by 𝑴𝒂𝒆̈𝒗𝒂 🖤🌾 . 𝒫𝒶𝓈𝓈𝒾ℴ𝓃𝓃éℯ 𝒹ℯ 📷 (@maevarobillard_) on Nov 22, 2018 at 4:47am PST\nSo much classier than brunch or a coffee to go, this afternoon tea is also served in one of the most beautiful buildings in Quebec City, built in 1893, it's a National Historic Site of Canada.\nWhere: 1 rue des Carrières, Québec\nFind out more here!\nTake A Cheap Art Workshop At The Musée National Des Beaux-Arts Du Québec\nView this post on Instagram Musée national des beaux-arts du Québec. December 2019 #fujifilmxpro2 + #xf35mmf14 . . . . #quebeccity #quebecoriginal #myfeatureshoot #fujiframez #fujifilmxseries #fujifeed #fujifilm_global #gominimalmag #fisheyelemag #odtakeovers #ifyouleave #minimalism #reframedmag #thinkverylittle #knowthismind #photocinematica #streetweekly #streetlensmag #lensculture #cinematic #burnmagazine #friendsinperson #capturestreets #spicollective #streetphotographyhub #thestreephers #architecture #mnbaq A post shared by Mustafa Hacalaki (@mhacalaki) on Dec 12, 2019 at 5:28am PST\nFor only $15 from January 22 until March 18, you can partake in this workshop for people with all levels of experience (including none). Experiment with different materials and create a masterpiece of your own making!\nWhere: 179 Grande Allée O, Québec\nFind out more here!\nTake A Spooky Tour Of A Historic Military Barracks & Jail For Prisoners Of War\nView this post on Instagram The view from the @morrincentre this morning. #snowblizzard #itsstillmagical ❄☃️ A post shared by Morrin Centre (@morrincentre) on Jan 9, 2019 at 8:37am PST\nAnother perfect activity for the historians out there, the Centre Morrin is a cultural hub that comprises the barracks, a library, and museum.\nWhere: 44 Chaussée des Écossais, Québec\nFind out more here!\nReach New Heights At The Observatoire De La Capitale\nView this post on Instagram Comment ne pas tomber en amour avec la belle ville de Québec? ⚜️🤍 #NOTcinqcentquatorze #observatoiredelacapitale #macapitale #quebec #villedequebec #villedequébec #québec #québeccity #ccnq #quebecjetaime A post shared by 𝙹𝙵𝚂𝙰𝚅𝙰𝚁𝙸𝙰 (@jfsavaria) on Jan 10, 2020 at 3:05am PST\nThere's no better way to appreciate Quebec City from the indoors than at the Observatoire de la Capitale, where you can see the historic city it's all its wonder - from the safety of inside.\nWhere: 1037 rue de la Chevrotière, Québec\nFind out more here!\nExplore The World Of The Creepy & Crawly At Venenum: A Poisonous World\nView this post on Instagram Si majestueux, mais si dangereux.🐟 Les rascasses possèdent des paires de glandes à venin incorporées à chaque rayon épineux de leurs nageoires dorsales, anales et pelviennes. Leur puissant venin cause une forte douleur au site d’injection. La toxine peut même être mortelle pour les humains dans de rares cas. 😮 Venenum, un monde empoisonné. En visite libre, en petite ou en grande expédition. bit.ly/expo_Venenum 📷 Marie-Josée Marcotte - Icône agence photo #venenum #poison #venin #fish #majesty #poisson #toxique #toxic #nageoir #toxine #quebec #quebeccity #quebeccite #quebecoriginal #musee #museum #science #souslocean #ocean #tropique #mortelle #toxique #curious A post shared by Musée de la civilisation (@mcqorg) on Aug 29, 2019 at 12:24pm PDT\nUntil April 5, 2020, this interdisciplinary exhibition "marries collections from the life and earth sciences and from the human sciences," with "visual arts, documentaries, multimedia devices and living creatures," which all come together to show the frightening and fascinating world of poison.\nWhere: 85 rue Dalhousie, Québec\nFind out more here!\nSatisfy Your Sweet Tooth At The Chocolate Museum\nView this post on Instagram A dress & purse made entirely out of chocolate at the chocolate museum part of Erico’s Chocolatier and musee’ in QC.#ericochocolatier,#thingsyoucanmakewithchocolate,#ericochocomusee,#deliciouschocolatescanada A post shared by Linda Jung (@lindajungarts) on Dec 27, 2019 at 3:49pm PST\nView this post on Instagram #hotchocolate #chocolate #dessert #insteadofcoffee #핫코코아 #캐나다여행 #퀘벡맛집 #quebeccity A post shared by S&D 사라와 데니엘레의 일상 (@sonseye) on Apr 23, 2019 at 8:28pm PDT\nPerfect for those of us that appreciate a little history and a little chocolate, all in one bite!\nWhere: 634 rue Saint-Jean, Québec\nFind out more here!\nUnleash Your Inner Child At Mega Parc\nView this post on Instagram Carrousel à l’intérieur d’un centre d’achat. #class #carroussel #horse #shoppingmall #shoppingcenter #qc #quebec #quebeccity #galeriedelacapitale #fun #blue A post shared by G U I L L A U M E 🐻 (@letattoue) on May 10, 2019 at 3:22pm PDT\nGet your adrenaline pumping, play some games, and get your shopping done all in one place!\nWhere: 5401 blvd des Galeries, Québec\nFind out more here!\nEnjoy La Capitale and stay warm!