Visit this Summer the Domaine des Messieurs-de-Saint-Sulpice

This summer, discover on Mount Royal, in the midst of downtown Montreal, a true gem of the city’s heritage: a historical site recounting a largely unknown episode of the early days of the city.

Montréal (Québec) -  From June 1st to August 31st 2013, during the new season of our guided tours presenting the highlights of the Domaine des Messieurs-de-Saint-Sulpice, the towers of the ancient Fort de la Montagne will be open exceptionally to the public. While passing from the towers to the surrounding park of the estate, you will discover a pool of a most interesting design inspired by French classical architecture. Further on, you will admire the serenity and grandeur of the interior decor of the chapel of the Grand Seminary of Montreal, a Beaux-Arts monument designed by Jean-Omer Marchand in the early 20th century. The admission is 7$ per person.


Address: 2065, rue Sherbrooke Ouest, Grand Séminaire de Montréal. Métro : Guy-Concordia ou Atwater

Schedule: Bilingual guided tours (1 hour or so)
Tuesday to Friday, 1pm and 3pm
Saturday, 10am and 1pm

Contact information:
514-935-7775
visites@ucss.ca

For further informations, open and download these two PDF documents: Press release; Guided Tours

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