Notre-Dame Basilica

Description

While this 3,800-seat neo-Gothic basilica opened its doors in 1829, the church itself was founded by the first French settlers in 1642. The twin towers are 227 meters tall; one houses a 12-ton bell, one of the largest on the continent. The Gothic interior embraces stained glass windows and a blue vaulted ceiling. Music is provided by a huge 5,772-pipe organ, and the Montreal Symphony often performs here.

Address

110 Notre-Dame St West
Montreal, QC H2Y 1T2

Lat/Long

45.50454300, -73.55602300
Visit Website
(514) 842-2925

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