This tour was a lot of fun! Our tour guide was so energetic, we all thought he was high on caffeine, and told him he needs to stop drinking energy drinks. LOL. He said he never touches caffeine! That was a surprise. He told us...More
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Went to see the Changing of the Guard, which provides both a colorful show, and an insight on the operation of the fort. Extensive museum on the Regiment's history is interesting, but perhaps not enough to be the only reason to visit.
A real gem of an attraction for history and military buffs, but the story of the citadel and the troops stationed there is something for anyone to enjoy. The museum was very interesting with plenty of content in a fairly small space. The walking tour...More
The Citadelle is worth a look around. It is not big, nor does it have an incredibly interesting history (it was built after the two major wars in Quebec City) but it has its role in Canadian history.
the Citadelle was under renovations when we visited but it was still open to the public, you can look around and take in the history for free, or you can pay for a guided tour. Either way it's a great way to learn about the...More
We paid the money to go for the tour of the Citadelle......our tour guide was fantastic and the views from the canon tower were amazing!! Good little history tour for sure!
I don't suggest many places are a must see, but this is one for Quebec. The regiment that occupies the Citadelle is only 102 years old but has plenty of interesting history, well presented in the Citadelle museum. Changing of the guard takes place at...More
The Citadelle de Quebec is several things — a museum; a tribute to Canada’s military history and traditions; a still-active part of the Canadian defense establishment. First, the good news: it’s a place of great pomp and circumstance, and the Changing of the Guard is...More
La Citadelle is a must see for a look at history. The changing of the guard was very enjoyable. The museum was very educational, giving insight into the old forts history and the active military base and its involvement in all conflicts throughout history.