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The Citadelle is an active military garrison and a National Historic Site located on Cap Diamant. Its construction began in 1820. Its walls enclose 300 years of military history spanning the French, British and Canadian periods. Guided tours of the...more
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1, Cote de la Citadelle | Cap-Diamant, Quebec City, Quebec G1R 4V7, Canada
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Theres a lot more to see and learn af the citadelle than you may think walking in. The weather was not fantastic the day we went, and a good deal of the tour is outdoors. Great tour guide too. Interesting galleries inside as well. Just...More
I learned a lot (not hard since as an American, I don't know anything about Canadian military history). The outdoor tour affords spectacular views of the city, and you get to see the oldest military building in Canada. The museum exhibits are moving, informative, and...More
So firstly a confession - I am a bit if a tragic when it comes to all things militaire. Our guided tour was a wonderful experience, even on a crispy -21C Quebec morning. Great to understand the history of La Citadelle, but also to learn...More
Toured fort recently on a one hour guided tour. The view looking over Quebec City and the St Lawrence River was breath taking from the fort. Lots of history to learn about and a Museum worth taking in after your tour all included. Bring your...More
On a visit to Quebec City I had the fortunate opportunity to be invited to tour the La Citadelle de Quebec. As a Revolutionary War re-enactor and U.S. veteran I got to visit the interior of the barracks, magazine and the Royal 22nd Regiment Museum....More