Notre-Dame-de-Bon-Secours Chapel


Built by Marguerite de Bourgeoys, who helped found the city of Montreal, this chapel was dedicated to the Virgin Mary in 1657. It became known as the sailors' church, and small wooden models of sailing ships are suspended from the ceiling. The small museum next door tells the story of the chapel's founder. An archaeological site preserves the foundations of the stone church along with reminders of the native people who also lived here.


400 rue St-Paul E
Montreal, QC H2Y 1H4


45.50974500, -73.55118900
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(514) 282-8670

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