🇨🇦 Beauport is a borough of Québec City, Quebec, Canada on the Saint Lawrence River. Beauport is a north-eastern suburb of Québec City. Manufacturers include paint, construction materials, printers, and hospital supplies. Food transportation is important to the economy. Attractions include Parc de la Chute-Montmorency, which contains a fortification built in 1759 by James Wolfe and Manoir Montmorency, the home from 1791 to 1794 of Prince Edward, Duke of Kent and Strathearn.
The city's historic district contains many interesting churches and homes, including Bélanger-Girardin House, a National Historic Site of Canada where visitors can learn about Beauport's heritage. Annual events include the spring arts festival Salon de Mai and the summer Festival Folklorique des enfants du monde, a multicultural and international children's folklore festival.
Beauport has a population of over 74,881 people. Beauport also forms one of the centres of the wider Quebec City metropolitan area which has a population of over 826,109 people.