Visit the historic site of the Domaine des Messieurs de Saint-Sulpice on the grounds of the Grand Seminary of Montreal. Upon coming across the remains of the old Fort de la Montagne, you’ll discover a piece of Montréal’s 17th century religious and civic history. View the classically inspired basin that, for over two centuries, has adorned the gardens of the Grand Seminary. Enter the building to admire the magnificent Beaux-Arts chapel constructed in the early twentieth century by architects, Marchand and Haskell, and decorated with a set of polychrome wood sculptures originating from the now demolished St. Ann's Church in Griffintown.
Guided tours: June 1st to August 31, 2013: Tuesday to Friday, 1 p.m. and 3 p.m.; Saturday, 10 a.m. and 1 p.m.