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Three Gothic Revival-style buildings, located on a 170-foot bluff overlooking the Ottawa River, house the offices of the members of Parliament, the House of Commons and the Senate. Free guided tours delve into Canadian history and explain the...more
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You can still visit the West wing house of commons and the renovated old station where they moved the Senate for the next 10 years while they renovate and remove asbestos from the main buildings. Best time to see it is in summer during the...More
Today we benefited from a tour of the House of Commons and the Senate, that were educational, engaging, interesting and made us proud to be Canadians. The 'Center Block ' is underway with an intensive 10 year restoration for a building more than 100 years...More
Parliament Hill houses the Canadian Parliament. Great part of the buildings are under renovation right now, but you can still do it the tour to the House of Commons and the Senate. We did House of Commons and it was great.
Having worked 9 years on Parliament Hill, I must say it was INSPIRING to work there. It's by all measures AN IMPRESSIVE PLACE TO VISIT and TO BE. It's "THE SEAT" of Canadian history in the making. It's one of the reasons as a Canadian...More
We visited in August, on a rainy day, and the central building was being renovated, so we were unable to go into it. Beautiful buildings, we thought very British. We listened to the bells for a while - it was playing tubular bells amongst the...More