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We took the subway here and it was not a far walk from the station. We were expecting to pay, however, entrance was free on the day we visited. I believe it was a Sunday.
We walked around and spent maybe 20 minutes taking it...More
While not as ostentatious as Notre Dame Cathedral, it is a beautiful place to visit. I have been to Montreal many times and I wonder why I never visited it before. Just a few minutes walk from Place Ville Marie.
This is a medium sized 19th century Gothic Revival cathedral built by the Irish community in Montreal in the 1840s. The plaque outside states it combines the simplicity of traditional Quebec architecture with medieval French Gothic design. Its stained glass windows are also of good...More
Built for the irish community. In my opinion, ranks up there as one of the most beautiful churches in the country. Smack in the middle of the business district, it is a place of peace and tranquility. Take time to examine the architecture outside.
Attended Sunday mass here with my mom during our Montreal visit. Happened to be the one service of the month when mass is in Latin. An amazing experience! I don't normally attend mass, but I enjoyed the priest's homily. He seemed fairly progressive in his...More
Very large basilica with an excellent brochure, in multiple languages describing some of the key features (pulpit, sculptures and reliefs in the front, etc.) There are also free guided tours. Admission is $8 per adult though.