Saint-Sulpice Seminary

Description

Located adjacent to the Notre-Dame Basilica, this stone structure is the oldest building in Montreal, built between 1684 and 1687 by the Sulpician Order, which still uses it as a seminary. It is not open to the public, but it is considered the finest, most elegant example of rustic 17th-century Canadian architecture. The clock on the roof is said to be the oldest public timepiece in North America.

Address

116 Notre-Dame St W
Montreal, QC H2Y 1T2

Lat/Long

45.50415300, -73.55681000
Visit Website
(514) 849-6561

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