This beautiful Chapelle Notre-Dame-de-Bonsecours is so close to popular Laurier Avenue West in the Old City (shops/restaurants) that it would be a shame to miss it if you are already in the area. We were lucky to be able to sit and enjoy an orchestral rehearsal as we gazed at the 1771 Chapelle that had been a special place of worship for sailors. Small carved replicas of wooden ships hang from the vault. Very special place. It's at 400 Saint Paul Street East at Bonsecours Street, (Metro Champ-de-Mars). From memory, entry was by donation. There also is a museum and again, don't miss it. Unfortunately I didn't realize the spire can be climbed which would great views of the Saint Lawrence River.
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