Église de Sainte-Marie
Services at the establishment
Guided Tours for Groups
Catholic church (1859), historic monument by provincial government (2001) and national historic site by Parks Canada (2006). Group visits on reservation.
Built in 1859 by architect Charles Baillairgé, the Le Saint-Nom-de-Marie church is a Gothic revival-style masterpiece. Gold-leaf gilding, faux finish and trompe-l’oeil, this religious heritage gem is classified historic monument.
Also not to be missed, the famous “Madone des Croisades” from the XIIIth century. This temple was classified historic monument in 2001.
Guided tours available.
60, rue Notre-Dame Sud, Sainte-Marie (Québec) G6E 3X5
1866 389-3233 (no fee)
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Open to the public every day from 8:00 am
Monday, Wednesday and Friday: 7:00 pm
Saturday: 4:00 pm
Sunday: 9:00 am and 11:00 am