Clear 360 views all round including the plains of Abraham, Levis and île de l’Orléans with the mountain ranges on the horizon. Not very busy so great opportunities for pics.
About Observatoire de la Capitale
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The building isn't very high but you will get a lovely panoramic view from the top still. You can overlook the city through the windows. As you walk trough, you can see pictures and read up on the history on the building etc too.
We were fortunate to visit the Observatoire on a clear sunny morning just after a tour group had exited. Apart from the stunning views, a very useful feature is the presence of monitors with points of interest highlighted for easy identification. For each point of...More
This building is right behind the Parliament building in Quebec. It is on the 31st floor of the tallest sky scraper in the city. The top floor has enormous picture windows that look out into the city. They are open from 10-5 daily but I...More
This is a nice set of views esp the Citadelle and the port and older areas. However. The theme here is HOW GREAT ARE WE---WE SPEAK FRENCH AND HATE EVERYONE WHO DOES NOT. The walls of the exhibit are devoted to promoting in a nationalist...More
Thank you for taking the time to provide feedback on your visit to Observatoire de la Capitale. The Observatory’s main attraction is a stunning view of Québec City. Touch screen terminals near the windows interpret the landscape in three languages: English, French, and Spanish. Horizons...More
This is the highest point you can get in Québec City. You will see the configuration of the city but the best view from Québec is from the ground.
The observatory offers a wide aerial view of the city but, unfortunately, it isn't that great to justify the admission fee. It is basically a place to take a couple selfies and leave. Québec City has better things to offer on ground level.
On the top of this building, they have created an observation deck on all 4 sides, with detailed interactive maps showing what you are seeing. We were there on a clear day and enjoyed the experience and learned a lot about the city.
The highest floor of the highest tower building just next to the old town has been set as the Town Observatory. Recently refurbished, with new attractions, it is by far the best spot to get a good view of the old town and surroundings. With...More