Everything you need to know to plan your visit to the Basilica!
Hours of operation
Monday to Friday: 7 AM
Saturday: 8 AM
Sunday: 7.30 AM
Monday to Friday : 8 AM to 4:30 PM
Saturday: 8 AM to 4 PM
Sunday : 12:30 PM to 4 PM
18 years and over: $8
7 to 17 years old: $5
6 years and under: free entry
The Fabrique de la Paroisse Notre-Dame de Montréal – the parish’s building council – is wholly responsible for the preservation and restoration of Notre-Dame basilica. The Fabrique is also in charge of security, with at least one authorized person on the church premises at all times to answer all visitor questions and deal with various requests. Your contribution, through the entrance fee, allows us to preserve our rich heritage.
2019 HOLY TRIDUUM SCHEDULE - ATTENTION, DAILY ACTIVITIES MODIFIED. PLEASE PREPARE YOUR VISIT IN CONSEQUENCE.
THE BASILICA WELCOMES YOU TO CELEBRATE TOGETHER THE PASCHAL TRIDUUM.
Holy Thursday – April 18
8AM to 4:30PM : Prayers and visits
6:30PM : Doors opening
7:30PM : Celebration of The Last Supper
9PM to 10PM : Adoration at the Notre-Dame du Sacré-Coeur Chapel
Good Friday - April 19
8AM to 3PM : Prayers only. No visits allowed.
2:15PM to 3PM : Confessions.
3PM : Celebration of our Lord's Passion.
5:30PM: Closing of the doors.
Holy Saturday – April 20
8AM to 4PM : Prayers and visits (guided tours in the afternoon only).
7PM : Opening ot the doors
7:30PM : Confessions
8PM : Easter Vigil
10:30PM : Closing
Easter – April 21st
8AM : Mass
9:30AM : Mass
11AM : Mass
12:30PM to 4PM : Prayers and self-guided visits only.
5PM : Mass
Where to find us
Notre-Dame Basilica of Montreal
110 Notre-Dame Street West
Montréal (Québec) H2Y 1T1
Telephone: 514 842-2925
Fax: 514 842-3370
See our Visitors' Map for complete directions.
How to visit us
Take the Orange line to Place-d’Armes Station. Exit on Saint-Urbain Street and walk uphill toward Place D’Armes.
Take southbound Saint-Laurent bus No. 55. Get off at the Notre-Dame Street stop east of the Basilica.
For more information, please visit the STM (Société des Transports de Montréal) site online : www.stm.info