Château Ramezay Historic Site and Museum of Montréal
280 Notre-Dame Street East
Vieux-Montréal H2Y 1C5
Montreal’s portal to its past, the Château Ramezay, was the first building in Québec to be classified an historic monument. Chosen as one of the 1001 Historic Sites You Must See Before You Die, the Château invites you to relive more than 500 years of history through its exhibits, its multimedia circuit (in six languages) and its French colonial garden.
Free admission to the Governor’s Garden. From July to September, guided visits of the Château are offered every afternoon and every weekends all year round.
From November 1st to May 31st
Tuesday to Sunday: 10 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.
The Museum will also be open those Mondays: 3rd Monday of February (Family Day), Monday of the Spring Break, National Patriot’s Day (or Victoria Day).
From June 1 to October 31st
The Museum and the Governor’s Garden are open every day from 9:30 a.m. to 6 p.m.
- Partial access for persons with mobility impairments
- Gift Shop
From October 24 2018 to January 5 2020WAR Flowers is a multi-sensory exhibition about Canadian soldier George Stephen Cantlie who plucked flowers from the fields in WWI, sending them home to his baby daughter Celia in Montreal.
Hochelaga, Ville-Marie and Montréal invites you to discover the history of Montréal, Québec, and Canada from Amerindian prehistory to the early 20th century.
Life in Montréal in the 18th Century is presented in the vaults of the Château Ramezay, where the solid, thick-walled structure dominates the space as it did 250 years ago.