Capital Observatory

1037 rue de la Chevrotiere, 31st Floor
Quebec, QC G1R 5E9- Map It
Phone: (418) 644-9841

AAA Editor Notes

Capital Observatory (Observatoire de la Capitale) is at 1037 rue de la Chevroti&#232;re at jct. boul. Ren&#233;-L&#233;vesque, on the 31st floor of the Marie Guyart Building, the city's tallest edifice. Visitors ascend 221 metres (725 ft.) to the observation level, which affords excellent views of the city, the river and the Laurentians. Multimedia displays, including interactive touch-screen terminals and a kids'-height interpretive zone, relate the history of the area in four thematic areas. Two immersive zones transport visitors to the heart of the winter capital and on a bird's-eye-view tour of the city.</br>Tickets are sold at the reception area on the ground floor, adjacent to the main entrance at 1037 de la Chevroti&#232;re St.</br>
$12.18; $9.57 (ages 65+ and students with ID); free (ages 0-12).
Hours: Daily 10-5, Feb. 1-second Sun. in Oct.; Tues.-Sun. 10-5, rest of year.