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Notre-Dame-de-Bon-Secours Chapel

Religious building and site Region:Montréal City : MontréalDistrict : Old Montréal - Vieux-Port

Montréal’s oldest chapel was built in 1771. Known as the mariners’ chapel, this heritage gem features miniature ships suspended from the arches and beautiful works of art. The chapel houses the remains of Saint Marguerite Bourgeoys (1620–1700), who founded the chapel, Montréal’s first school, and the Congregation of Notre-Dame.

  400, rue St-Paul E. , Montréal, Québec, Canada, H2Y 1H4
514 282-8670

Activities and services

Activities

  • Self-guided tours
  • Tours : in french
  • Tours : in english

Services

  • Boutique / Sales counter

Signs and shuttles

  • Subway (station)

Accessibility

  • Partial access (Kéroul)

Groups

  • Special schedules
  • Reservations required
  • Group rates
  • Tours : in french
  • Tours : in english

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Schedules and rates

Open year round

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