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It's free to go up and there a nice views from the top. We enjoyed the variety of music the bells play over the course of the hour.
Chances are you will spend about 10 minutes at the top of the tour and the rest...More
We took avail of the free tour the day before Canada Day. It was certainly less busy and a good time to visit. The line up for the tour seemed to take longer than needed but we finally made our way up. I realized that...More
The tours of the parliament building are free but we were unable to get on any of them so we went for the Peace Tower and Memorial Chamber tour.
I had read about this online and was happy we could get to go up it....More
Even if you don't care for heights, you'll simply have to take the elevator to the top - just don't go as close to the outside windows as those who like to go to the "edge"! A great way to finish a tour of the...More
The Peace Tower tour was great fun, the view from the top is amazing, and the tour staff at the parliament buildings is all so friendly :)
IMPORTANT NOTE: tickets for the full Parliament Buildings tours as well as the Pease Tower tours are free,...More
Response from marisacamps | Reviewed this property |
Es muy interesante ver el aspecto multicultural que hay en Canadá. Vimos un representante del parlamento de origen indio y el enorme respeto de los parlamentarios al tratar temas en que discrepaban. Admirable.