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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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This was a very impressive ceremony and he band was terrific. The goat was amazing too, the goat was incredibly well behaved. All in all, though, we felt that this was twice as long as it needed to be. Other's may disagree, of course, but...More
The Citadelle and its tour are great. This is an active military installation - try to be there for the changing of the guard. You learn about the brave Québécois who serve in and served in the 22d Régiment. A fabulous view of the St....More
We had a very nice guide (Jessica) who walked with us. It felt like all the tour guides were very knowledgeable of the site and its history, as well as the history of Quebec City itself.
While you do not have access to all the...More
We took a guided tour of the Citadel on a very warm day. The tour guide was sensitive to the heat and found shady spots to stop and talk about each feature. She was full of information about the place, military history and stories about...More
We had heard that the changing of the guard at the Citadelle started at 10am however we were very surprised to find out that it cost $16/adult, $14 for seniors. Having just been to Ottawa, you could see the changing of the guard for free...More
We took the English speaking tour with Felix. He was very informative and mixed in some humor which is always nice. Basically it’s a tour around the grounds with the ability to go into a few buildings. The museum is cool too. The views of...More