The Best Landmarks in Quebec

Handpicked Top 3 Landmarks in Quebec, QC. Our 50-Point Inspection includes everything from checking reviews, ratings, reputation, history, complaints, satisfaction, trust and cost to the general excellence. You deserve only the best!


1 Côte de la Citadelle, Quebec, QC G1R 3R2

Since 1673

Museum, Landmark, National Historic Site, Retirement Ceremony, Regimental Visit, Soldier's School, Religious tourism, trade shows, Permanent exhibition, Special Exhibition, Previous Exhibitions, Virtual Exhibition, Coffee and lounge, Shop, collections, Educational Activities, Programs, Tours, Archives & documentation center

Free Admission: 10 years and under- A discount on the price of the visit of the Citadel and the Museum is available for groups, from 20 people - The Citadelle attracts approximately 200,000 visitors each year

Price: Adults $16, Elderly $14, Students $14, 11 to 17 years old $6 & Family $36

May - October: Mon - Sun 9:00 am - 5:00 pm November - April: Mon - Sun 10:00 am - 4:00 pm December 25 & January 1 Closed

The Citadelle was a very interesting experience. We arrived just in time for the changing of the guards. If you are a band musician this is a very special treat. The ceremony started off with a trumpet player on the top of the fort. My favorite part of the ceremony was the goat, the band and the very loud scary voices that come out of the guards mouths. They certainly have a set of lungs on them. We were interested in taking the tour that immediately followed the ceremony.

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50 Rue Du Marché-Champlain, Quebec, QC G1K 4E9

Since 1752

Museum, Historical Place, Landmark, Architectural Buildings, Historical Buildings, Exhibition, Collections & Historic Monuments

It is an architectural jewel typical of the buildings of New France - Admire the magnificent objects and antique furniture that make up the exhibition Four Centuries of Urban Life

Mon - Sun 10:00 am - 5:00 pm

The Maison Chevalier gives you another perspective at a later time period, in the settlement of Quebec City. If you are a history buff, then it is well worth the visit to see what life was like in Quebec City for the middle class in the 18th and 19th centuries. The exhibit are well presented in English and French. The cost is free. You will come away more aware and educated.

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1045 Rue Des Parliamentaires, Quebec, QC G1A 1A3

Since 1877

Landmark, Historical Building, Architectural Buildings, Frontal Clock Tower, Tour, National Assembly, Canadian Government Building, Sculpture & Statues

The building was designed by architect Eugène-Étienne Taché - It features the Second Empire architectural style that was popular for prestigious buildings both in Europe and the United States during the latter 19th century

Mon - Fri 7:30 am - 2:00 pm Sat & Sun Closed

Fascinating if you're interested in history and/or politics. Well-informed and engaged tour guides (French or English language). Also, a beautiful building and surrounding gardens. Occasional, interesting small exhibits, for instance currently one on a movement in the late 18th and early 19th centuries, pursued through popular early comic-strip pamphlets, to gain more powers for the elected representatives (rather than the advisory council appointed by the Crown).

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