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Cyclorama De Jerusalem, Sainte Anne de Beaupre

(2.5/5 based on 35+ reviews on the web)
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  • When visiting old Quebec City, my daughter and I decided to take a side trip to see the Cyclorama De Jerusalem just down the road. I'd read this was an impressive work of art and it indeed is. The art...  more »
  • We went here after going to the Canyons just for the heck of it. $11 per adult and toooootally not worth it. When you go in it's very very dim and difficult to see the painting. We were expecting it t...  more »
  • I didn't know what this was until this visit. It is a 360 picture of the holy land Jerusalem in the year Christ was crucified. It is very dark with a bit of a moldy smell. There is alternating French ...  more »
  • We have stopped there several times since first seeing it and thinking it was a velodrome building for bike racing sports. The first visit we stayed through 2 English and one French "tours" following the laser pointer identifying the various buildings and locations in ancient Jerusalem. We rented the binoculars - so worthwhile! - the detail included by the artists can be best appreciated with a magnified view. Yes the attraction is low tech and certainly is of another century but the artistry and accuracy are spectacular. An upgrade to the entrance and gleaming stainless / glass / marble accents won't capture any more of the loving talents put into this 360 degree mural which immerses one in the Jerusalem on the day Jesus was crucified. It is one of few remaining examples of the "Panorama" attraction that preceeded motion pictures and if it were in Montreal or Toronto or New York people would be lined up to have an opportunity to virtually travel in place and back in time. Looking forward to our next visit!
  • The place offers a huge panoramic painting with a 15-20 minutes vocal guide that explains what we see (and gives too many compliments to the creators). The painting itself is very impressive and given a 3d impression in some parts, but I think the entrance fee is overpriced... I wouldn't pay ~10$ for a single painting, no matter has big it is. I would also expect a turning platform that takes you, seated, around the hall.
  • Sorely in need of an update.
  • Interesting artwork that we must look with eyes of yesterday to appreciate a both self shortly. It must be remembered that all dates from the end of the 19th century (1878-1882). I can easily imagine the wonder of the contemporaries of the time to see a piece of such magnitude and an effect of perspective, undoubtedly very modern. Unfortunately, after only one visit, we do not see why one would return: should the organization develops a / temporary exhibitions and the cyclorama is an asset to them, in order to ensure sustainability. Do not go to see a few things a breathtaking, but well see was how faith and art are often beautiful thing.
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  • don't waste your money and your time! Just colored cardboard! Even if it's going to cost $ 5, I would never advise you to go to this place.
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