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Tours of the Basilica Return

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Return of the visits of the Basilica

General

2 Dates Added

The tours will initially be available on an ad hoc basis. Two dates, each with several departure times, have been announced: Saturdays, August 28 and September 4.

Discover a building full of art and history

Step beneath the impressive vaulted ceiling of Notre-Dame Basilica of Montréal and discover its wonders on a self-guided tour. During this approximately one-hour long sightseeing visit, you will be invited to explore 24 points of interest inside the nave, each highlighting a work of art, an architectural element or a piece of history.