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A visit to the Sanctuaire was recommended to us by our hotel receptionist. Good recommendation. The most direct and quickest route from Quebec is the 138. However, if you have time, take the Avenue Royale (360) from the Parc de la Chute Montmorency. It is...More
This is a short, 30 minute drive north of Quebec City. This is quite the impressive structure, beautiful inside and out. The cathedral is awesome as is the chapel below. We went on a Sunday, and attended an English mass at 2:30. Also, across the...More
I visited as part of a tour of Quebec. I am not Catholic, but enjoyed the tour we received. The grounds are well manicured, the architecture is beautiful, and the feeling of the sacred permeates the building in and out. Visitors will see crutches left...More
The cathedral is breath taking. Be sure to look down as well as up. The mosaic tile floor starts with the "Dance of Life" and then the "7 Deadly Sins" leading up to the main altar. Watch for the spot in the floor where Pope...More
Dating from the 1600s, this is the most recent building (the 5th) to occupy the site. It was rebuilt in the 1930s and is beautifully decorated inside with stain glass, mosaics, and wood carvings. There is a complete church dedicated to the Virgin Mary in...More
The only reason you would go there would be to go see the cathedral, it is a wonderful church , you could spend around 3 - 4 hours to visit , but unless you are a devoted Christian there is nothing much to do in...More
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The cathedral is fully accessible. There is an elevator to move from the different levels. It is a bit off the usual hallways but it is easy to find. There would be no issue with manoeuving a personal mobility scooter... More
The cathedral is fully accessible. There is an elevator to move from the different levels. It is a bit off the usual hallways but it is easy to find. There would be no issue with manoeuving a personal mobility scooter throughout the grounds.