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972, rue Saint-Jean, Québec City, Québec G1R 1R5, Canada | (418) 694-4444
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Popular with locals, Family-friendly
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Historic district of Quebec City
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Le Capitole is a Beaux Arts-style theater first designed in 1902 by famed American architect Walter S. Painter. It's one of 15 buildings in the city that's a National Historic Site of Canada, and is located in Canada's historic district. The interiors of the theater are beautiful, with red velvet seating and gilded gold ceilings, but the real piece de resistance is a 35-stop organ. Today, Le Capitole plays host to music, comedy, dance, and theater. It's also home to an elegant terraced restaurant and a 40-room three-star hotel.

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Le Capitole

Le Capitole is a Beaux Arts-style theater first designed in 1902 by famed American architect Walter S. Painter. It's one of 15 buildings in the city that's a National Historic Site of Canada, and is located in Canada's historic district. The interiors of the theater are beautiful, with red velvet seating and gilded gold ceilings, but the real piece de resistance is a 35-stop organ. Today, Le Capitole plays host to music, comedy, dance, and theater. It's also home to an elegant terraced restaurant and a 40-room three-star hotel.