It was a great place to learn a quick history of Québec. We went on an inexpensive your that is usually offered in French and English. Our tour guide was fun and was able to offer lots to answers to our group's questions.
About Parliament Building (Hotel du Parlement)
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We did not take the tour but passed by the "Hotel du Parlement" many times. We went to the "Grande Allee" -a quaint section of many patio-restaurants- and came pass the grounds & statues of women who represent women politicians who made a difference. I...More
This building is very important for Quebec and the architecture inside and out is wonderful. The free guided tour, on the other hand, is very speedy and lacks information. The guide is a sweet person, but seemed nervous and did not talk much about the...More
We just walked around the grounds day and nice is just a well kept building. In summer flowers are gorgeous and winter still nice of course
Had not intended to do the tour on our trip but due to a rainy day and it being free we decided to check it out. Very informative, perfect length (about 1hr) tours are French and English so call ahead for times. Also bring ID...More
If you are a history buff and appreciate fine architecture, you should visit the Parliament Building. Admission is free and although it is currently undergoing some renovations, visitors can get a good view about how the Quebec government works. Our tour guide, a political science...More
This tour was better than expected. They have tours in English and French. You will see where they hold the formal assemblies and learn about the history of the building and some of how the Quebec parliament parties are made.
Visited the Parliament Building a few minutes after it opened. Though the security was tight (we had to go through detectors and presented our passports as foreign tourists) and the personnel looked serious, we were quite happy to be informed that there is a free...More
Was a great overview of parliament, liked that we got to see the various chambers. Apparently if booked in advance can even observe a session. Great for rainy days, those on a budget as the tour is free
Lucky enough to have stumbled upon an official complete with the Royal Guard in full dress uniforms and precision drills. Great experience.