32, rue Sous-le-Fort
One of the oldest churches in North America, Notre-Dame-des-Victoires was built atop the ruins of Champlain's first outpost. After being severely damaged during the Siege of Québec, the church was rebuilt in 1763. The interior décor bears witness to Québecers' faith and history. A model of the Brézé, the ship commanded by the marquis of Tracy, can be seen inside the church, along with numerous votive offerings. The church continues the tradition of blessing and handing out little buns on the feast day of its patron saint, St. Genevieve.
|Establishment equipped for groups|
|Establishment offering individual activities for youth, Individual clients|
|Establishment offering group activities for youth|
Schedule and rates are subject to change frequently and without notice. You should always visit their website or contact them before going.
Hours:May and june, Tuesday to Sunday, 9:30 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. July and august, daily, 9:30 a.m. to 8:30 p.m. September and October, Tuesday to Sunday. From November to April, open only Sundays.
Schedules may change, check our calendar of events on our website.
Closed: The church is closed from november to April, except Sunday. Schedule may change, check our calendar of events on our website.
Minimum duration of a visit: 00 h 10
Based on 2 reviews
Stephen Fry, Bedford, New Hampshire 2014-09-28
This was a Harry Potter - like experience. The church seems far larger and more wonderful on the inside than outside! A sister working on the votives explained the ship model to us. It was given to the. Notre Dame cathedral in the upper city in 1665, fell to the floor in the bombardment of 1759, was stored by the sisterhood for many years, rebuilt in 1944, and hung in Des Victoires. It is the Breze, pronounced brayzay. Wonderful!!
Kim, Québec 2012-09-20
J'espere bientôt me marier dans cette église!
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