Citadelle de Québec

History Museum, Military Base
1, Côte de la Citadelle (rue Saint-Louis)
Québec, QC G1R 3R2
(418) 694-2815
Monday
10:00am - 4:00pm
Tuesday
10:00am - 4:00pm
Wednesday
10:00am - 4:00pm
Thursday
10:00am - 4:00pm
Friday
10:00am - 4:00pm
Saturday
10:00am - 4:00pm
Sunday
10:00am - 4:00pm

Tips

  • Good place for history. Awesome views of the city.
  • Beautiful place to visit in Quebec! Also, the tickets are not expensive!
  • Love the concept of architecture that has been followed in today design approach. To make the nature becomes part of architecture!
  • Active military base that allows civilian tours
  • Such fun in snow!
  • Caminar y perderse. Es la parte ms bonita de Quebec. Los artistas callejeros hacen audicin y tienen tiempos y lugares asignados.
  • Summer is the best season to visit there.
  • Thats the place where the french lost the war and hence lots of their territories on North America. Did you know Louisiana and Florida were french back in the time?
  • Brilliant amount of history here. Be sure to get a guided tour and check out the oldest building in Canada
  • The changing of the guard is a marvelous ceremony. Much history plays out in the ceremony and the name is excellent.
  • Tour was ok, not a ton of historic depth, but cool to see the fort. The museum is good.
  • Beautiful
  • If you want the best view from Quebec, go the Parc du Bastion de la Reine. There's no need to visit the disappointing Citadelle
  • Endroit historique qui vaut la peine d'tre visit. L't, profitez-en pour regarder le changement de la garde en matine ou la retraite en soiree les soirs o elle est effectue.
  • Great tour :)
  • Tbh there's not that much to see since no war actually took place here.
  • Amazing guard retreat ceremony!
  • Go in the morning for changing of the guard!
  • Take the tour. Come in June. January is empty, glorious and freezing
  • Start your walking tour of the city from here.

Nearby places

1 Rue Des Carrières, Citq No. 040703
Plaines d'Abraham
Parc des Champs de bataille (avenue Wilfrid-Laurier)