Historical church (1873)
In a victorian district, a stone church of 1873 filled with incomparable treasures, recognized as an Ancient memorial of class A and drawn by the architect Ferdinand Peachy, Charles Baillargé's partner.
In the same place, the quick visit of reproductions of European museums: Paris (Louvre), Madrid ( Prado), Seville, Amsterdam, Florence (Pitti palace and museum of Services), St-Petersburg (Hermitage), Vatican (Sixtine and Library), Rome.
Realized by Joseph Thomas Rousseau's team, a rich pictorial decoration (73 paintings) representing works of Carolsfelds, Hoffman, Del Sarto, Murillo, Raphaël, Rembrandt, Michelangelo and Léonard de Vinci. The first intentions of Marc-Aurèle Suzor coté, painter and national sculptor. The first 43 stained-glass windows of the Company Hobbs de Montréal. Among some, a statue outdone by Napoleon III in the Lounge of Paris of the World Fair of 1867. An organ Casavant, Sir Wilfrid Laurier's bench.
Guided tour 2019
- From July 2 to August 16: 11:00 AM to 5:00 PM
- Available on Sunday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday and Friday
- Voluntary contribution
- Groups: all year around (on reservation) 819-357-2376
(360°) paromanic view of the historical church
Coordinates GPS: 46°2'2.7"N, 71°54'58.73"O