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The Parliament Building is located in Québec City, on Parliament Hill. It was designated a historic site by the Government of Québec in 1985. The Parliament Building is home to the National Assembly, meeting place of Québec’s 125 elected representatives.
Visitors to the National Assembly are introduced to the history and inner workings of Québec’s parliament.
You can also discover the National Assembly Library. Founded in 1802, it provides parliamentarians with the documentary support they require. The Library collections, which are at the public's disposal as well, are made up mainly of books in the fields of political science, history and law, but also comprise periodicals and a large number of old and rare books (15th-19th century). Housed since 1915 in an exceptional heritage building, the Library is open Monday to Friday.
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The best way to witness democracy in action is to attend a sitting of the Assembly or one of its parliamentary committees.
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A guided tour of the Parliament Building will give you the opportunity to discover the unique and little-known characteristics of this heritage building.
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A beaux arts dining room in a Second Empire building and a menu featuring Québec products.
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The Café du Parlement is an inviting and relaxing spot to have a bite to eat.
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La Boutique offers a wide variety of gift items and souvenirs, many of them exclusive to the National Assembly.
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The Parliament Building provides wireless or Wi-Fi hotspots.
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Discover the temporary exhibitions in the Parliament Building and the National Assembly Library.
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Groups of all ages are welcome at the Parliament Building. Group tours can be arranged in advance.
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