The Governor General of Canada's residence in The Citadelle
Building 10, also called: L'ancienne Prison militaire, Former Military Prison, Museum Annex, Annexe du Musée (constructed in 1842) is on the Canadian Register of Historic Places.
Building 15, also known as the Powder Magazine, Museum of the Royal 22e Régiment, Musée des Forces canadiennes, Canadian Forces Museum, Musée du Royal 22e Régiment, Ancienne poudrière (constructed in 1750) is on the Canadian Register of Historic Places.
Building 16, also known as the Museum Office and former Cooperage is on the Canadian Register of Historic Places.
The museum authenticates, classifies, evaluates and registers acquisitions received. The museum collects, preserves and displays to the public, artifacts of Canadian military historical significance. Visitors are given guided tours of buildings 10 and 15, as well as the Royal 22e Régiment Museum, which features weapons, uniforms, and other military artifacts of the regiment. The Museum is affiliated with: CMA, CHIN, OMMC and Virtual Museum of Canada.
The Quebec Parliament Building and many other provincial government buildings and several large hotels are also nearby, towering over this sunken or flat citadel, typical of late 18th century and early 19th century castramentation.