GRAND SÉMINAIRE DE MONTRÉAL

Built in the 17th century, the twin fieldstone towers are reminders of the cohabitation between the First Nations and the European missionaries.

The Grand Séminaire de Montréal was completed in 1857 on what used to be the 1675 fortifications of the Mission de la Montagne. Built in the 17th century, the twin fieldstone towers are reminders of the cohabitation between the First Nations and the European missionaries. The seminary became, over the centuries, a prestigious academic and scientific institution where many prominent Canadian historical figures interacted.

Throughout the tour you will explore the 17th century twin fieldstone towers, remnants of the Fort de la montagne, the courtyard and its pond, the Aile du centenaire, the chapel as well as the parlour.

Descend into the crypt where the Priests of Saint-Sulpice were laid down to rest, a section rarely opened to visitors!

PLAN YOUR VISIT OF THE GRAND SÉMINAIRE

2065 Sherbrooke ST, W Montréal QC H3H 1G6
Phone: 514-935-7775
Métro: Guy-Concordia or Atwater (green line) Bus: 24 

Visit schedule

Visits are held from May 29th to September 1st 2019
From Wednesday to Friday at 1PM in French
From Wednesday to Sunday at 3PM in French
Saturday and Sunday at 1PM in English

ADDRESS

Univers culturel de Saint-Sulpice
2065 Sherbrooke ST W
Montréal QC
H3H 1G6 

CONTACT

Email: visites@ucss.ca
Phone: +1 514-935-7775