Basilique-cathédrale Notre-Dame de Québec

previous arrow
next arrow

The Cathedral, which has stood in the same spot since 1647 and has been recognised as a Canada National Historic Site for its architectural significance, provides insight into the history of an entire community. The bodies of four New France governors, the bishops of the Québec diocese, and François de Laval’s chapel are interred here. Visitors will witness a variety of artwork and archival items with the beautiful interior decorating serving as a backdrop. Also seen was the Holy Door.

You may also like...

(1) Comment

  1. History of Québec City – Tour to USA

    […] Notre-Dame de Québec Cathedral, the Ursuline Convent, the Jesuit College, founded in 1635 one year before Harvard University, the […]

Comments are closed.

Hop-on Hop-off Open Top Double-Decker Bus Tour Popular Indian Dessert History of Grosse-Ile & Irish Immigrant Memorial