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Located on the 31st (and top) floor of the Marie-Guyart Building, the Observatory is the highest point in Québec City, offering a spectacular 360 degree view. It offers a new multimedia interpretation display that takes visitors on a fantastic...more
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Edifice Marie-Guyart | 1037, rue De La Chevrotiere, 31st floor, Quebec City, Quebec G1R 5E9, Canada
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We found parking in the area in lot with fee. Staff checking in and up top very helpful. All enclosed. You walk around the floor with views the side you are on and wall has history of the area. So 4 areas to view. Short...More
A good way to get oriented to Quebec, especially if it's one of your first things to do in the city and you have a few days there. The educational panels on the interior walls are really well done and informative. Not a crucial element...More
Way under publicized! This educational observation deck gives you history, location, spectacular views and fun facts on Quebec. Wished we had gone here our first day here to acclimate ourselves. What a wonderful exhibition- very well done!!! Only suggestion would be better marketing - we...More
Commission de l... c, Responsable des relations clients at Observatoire de la Capitale, responded to this reviewResponded 3 weeks ago
Thank you very much for your wonderful review.
The team of Observatoire de la Capitale
Here's the nice thing: You don't HAVE to eat at the restaurant to enjoy the views, and it doesn't cost a thing to go up. It is a rotating restaurant, though, so if you find that sort of thing disorienting, be warned. It's also a...More
Commission de l... c, Community manager at Observatoire de la Capitale, responded to this reviewResponded August 3, 2018
Let me say there is a confusion here between two tourists sites. You mean the restaurant Le Ciel because Observatoire de la Capitale isn't a rotating restaurant.
Next time you visting Québec city, let's take a look at the Observatoire de la Capitale,...More
We really enjoyed this. It's only $10.00 to go up to the observatory. The 360 degree views are captivating. Plaques placed around the observatory give info on the views and history of the areas. A good place to go and learn more about he city....More
the entrance is a little hard to find but worth it. the top is actually a restaurant that serves great meals..but.. they do not mind if you want to walk around and enjoy the view..The restaurant is revolving..takes about an hour to do a full...More
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Commission de l... c, Community manager at Observatoire de la Capitale, responded to this reviewResponded July 6, 2018
We're sorry, but the attraction you're talking about is Le Ciel restaurant. Next time, see the Observatoire de la Capitale. Enjoy the view of Québec's capital from its highest point. It’s a whole new way to see Québec City. We hope to welcome...More
This is a great way to see the city. There are historical descriptions of Quebec on the walls which adds to the experience. La Ciel rotating restaurant on top of a nearby hotel also gives great views however for the cost this is the best...More
Located in a city that is not surrounded by high buildings, the observatory allows to see the whole city plus a great view of the river and the mountains in the back.
There's also a lot of info about Quebec and a nice video that...More
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Commission de l... c, Responsable des relations clients at Observatoire de la Capitale, responded to this reviewResponded June 15, 2018
Hello Pablo R,
Thank ou for your review.
Our tickets are available for one day so it's possible to come with the same entrance ticket between opening hours.
The team of Observatoire de la Capitale