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Visiting the Parliament Building

Discover the National Assembly

Did you know that the National Assembly buildings and grounds were designated a historic site by the Québec government in 1985? The National Assembly is more than just the place where Québec’s 125 elected representatives meet and work: it also offers lots of interesting things to see and do!

Visitors come from all over the world to experience the Parliament Building, an iconic landmark of the province of Québec. In 2019, the Parliament Building completed its most extensive renovation since 1917 with the inauguration of its reception pavilion. The pavilion’s centerpiece is a bright and inviting agora that brings together heritage and modernity.

Guided tour

Visite guidée de l'hôtel du Parlement
Parliament Building

Take a fascinating guided tour with experienced guides. Learn all about Québec’s parliament and explore the new reception pavilion!

Duration: 60 minutes

Self-guided tour

The Essentials

At your own pace and according to your interests, discover the iconic landmarks of Québec’s parliament.

Thematic exhibitions, emblematic films and architectural splendor all await you!

Duration: At your own pace

Visitors’ program

Programmation citoyenne
Visitors’ program

True to its mission, the National Assembly invites you to a variety of free activities as part of its visitors’ program, including film screenings, artistic performances, exhibitions, and conferences.

Activities for all!

Educational activities

School tour and workshops

Visites scolaires et ateliers
School Tour and Workshops

For all school groups, a tour aligned with the Québec education program is offered. Teachers, give your students an unforgettable experience at the heart of Québec’s foremost institution! The program includes educational workshops, and much more!



Learn about the workings of our democratic institutions through a variety of activities, including parliamentary simulations, general public workshops and Citizenship Day Camp.