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I had a fantastic tour with a wonderful, engaging and knowledgeable tour guide. I don't think I would have gotten nearly as much out of it had I walked through on my own, so I highly recommend paying for the guided tour. And it's ridiculously...More
We have the Parks Canada Discovery Pass, so admission was free for us. Not sure if we would have gone otherwise, but I am glad we did. As soon as we went down the stairs beneath the Dufferin terrace to where the old chateau was,...More
A cool place inside for a hot day. Visited with a a guide, Eric, who was knowledgeable and funny. There are some Interactive iPads but due to our group tour, we didn't have time to look closely or look at the artifacts. I recommend taking...More
As part of the Canada 150 celebrations, admission to this venue was complimentary. Although very interesting from a historical perspective, we wished there was more to it. If we had paid admission I think we would have felt shortchanged.
Access to this particular site is free this year for the Canada 150 celebrations with the Parks Canada pass (If you don't have one of the free Parks Canada passes, a Parks Canada representative is on site to give you one). This site is located...More
We almost missed this free historical site that is underground. It is right by the funicular and the Frontenac hotel on the Terrasse Dufferin (the boardwalk). There are stairs that lead you down to this unbelievable fort that is underground. It is open (when I...More
This venue was included in the Parks Canada pass, so we got in for free. That said, it would have been well worth paying for. Located directly under the Terrasse Dufferin, this archaeological site enables you to explore the ruins of the original fort and...More