Didn't go inside, but there are beautiful gardens and fountains outside. There are also several parking garages nearby.
About Parliament Building (Hotel du Parlement)
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This is a free tour but spaces are restricted so you go to a booth near the entrance to get a timed ticket. The Parliament in Quebec is based on the British Parliament at Westminster so it seems very familiar. I wish our guide had...More
Quebec's first elected legislative assembly met in 1792. This grand building to house Quebec's Parliament, or Assemblee Nationale, was built between 1877 and 1886 in the French Second Empire style. There is a free guided tour of the building including the National Assembly Chamber and...More
This is located outside the old city gate on the Saint Louis street. There is a fountain across the street and you can get ticket outside the entrance for a free tour.
One of the highlights of our trip was wandering the gardens and areas around the Parliament). Impressively kept and beautiful!
We decided to visit paliament during our red bus city tour. Although our trip was well planned, this was not something we had given thought to. As one of the oldest parliament buildings in North America, the architecture was amazing. Our tour guide was very...More
We didn't go in but really enjoyed browsing in the vegetable and flower gardens as well as seeing the various statues but the most impressive part was the new fountain in the plaza, stunning.
You will see it since it is in the middle of the old town. The building is nice in front of a park and the cathedral.
The Entrance way is under renovations but we were still able to see the lovely gardens and the wonderful architecture, We didn't have time for the tour but will be back.
Outside the Parliament Building is a tent where one gets free, timed tour tickets for entry. Passports or other acceptable id is required for everyone over 16 years old. Our English tour lasted about 45 minutes. The guide was mediocre and her accent was heavy....More