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Called the Sailors' Church because of the wooden ship models that hang from its ceiling, this church was originally designed by Marguerite Bougeoys, one of Montreal's first teachers. Next to the Chapel, the Marguerite Bourgeoys Museum ($) presents...more
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Located downtown vieux port area this is the oldest Church in Quebec.
Beautifully sculpted and very historic if u are into Churches this is a must see...you must also go and see the other hundreds of churches in the city😉
In a very touristy neighborhood like Old Montreal, it may comes as a huge surprise to see that Notre-Dame de Bonsecours Chapel is situated in a corner few travelers dare to explore. And it's such a shame because this chapel is one of my absolute...More
We visited several chapels, churches and cathedrals while in Montreal and the Notre-Dame-de-Bonsecours Chapel should not be missed. Although I'm not a religious person, I appreciate the architecture and history of this Chapel. It was a nice visit and a much quieter visit than Notre...More
The Chapel is interesting, but more of a tourist attraction since it is connected to the Museum of Marguerite Bourgeoys next door. Visit the Museum first and then stroll through the chapel which Marguerite built.
Easily missed as it’s beyond the Marche and not signposted. If it looks closed, pull the door hard as it probably is open. It’s a very pretty church inside and we loved the little boats hanging from the ceiling.
We stopped here at this free admission chapel twice during our visit. It is far smaller and simpler than the large Notre Dame Basilica, but peaceful and beautiful in its decorations. Do not miss the statues on the chapel on the exterior port side of...More
Response from MTL_First_Chapel | Property representative |
Dear Navya, The Notre-Dame-de-Bon-Secours Chapel is open (FREE ADMISSION - NO RESERVATION) from Tuesday to Sunday, between 10 A.M. and 6 P.M. It's a short walk to the Metro Champ-de-Mars after you are done visiting the Old... More
Dear Navya, The Notre-Dame-de-Bon-Secours Chapel is open (FREE ADMISSION - NO RESERVATION) from Tuesday to Sunday, between 10 A.M. and 6 P.M. It's a short walk to the Metro Champ-de-Mars after you are done visiting the Old Port attractions and you can get to the Botanical Gardens in about 20 minutes time by public transportation.
Response from GabeyBaby | Reviewed this property |
That depends upon your budget. As the other reviewer said, there are many small, reasonably priced hotels (auberges) in Place Jacques Cartier; or you can walk maybe 1/4 mile to upscale hotels on Rue Dorchester, on the... More
That depends upon your budget. As the other reviewer said, there are many small, reasonably priced hotels (auberges) in Place Jacques Cartier; or you can walk maybe 1/4 mile to upscale hotels on Rue Dorchester, on the downtown side. I don't know about the train station, as we drove. You should definitely schlep up to Schwartz's Deli for some of the greatest smoked meats while you are there.