Just outside the old city walls stands the imposing 19th-century
Parliament Building, inspired by the Louvre in Paris and designed
by the architect, Eugene Etienne Taché. Although it is the working
home of the 125-strong National Assembly, the buildings are open to
visitors for guided tours, offered in English or French, which
highlight the historic value of the unique building as well as
informing visitors about the organisation and proceedings of the
Québec National Assembly.
Address: 1045 Parlementaires Road (visitor's entrance: Door 3 on Website: www.assnat.qc.ca Telephone: (418) 643 7239 Opening Time: Open on weekdays, from 9am to 4.30pm (September to
June) Admission: Free guided tours may be reserved in advance
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