Montreal Foundation and development passport
Site historique Marguerite-Bourgeoys presents

Montreal Foundation and development passport

For more information about this event, please contact Site historique Marguerite-Bourgeoys at info@marguerite-bourgeoys.com.

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This passport contains 4 attractions in the Montréal area. 

Marguerite-Bourgeoys historic site
Crowning an ancient promontory above the Saint Lawrence River, once a campsite favoured by the Native peoples, a 300-year-old chapel, a museum of history and an archaeological site invite you to hear what they have to say about the people who founded Montreal. Through the achievements of Marguerite Bourgeoys, a woman of courage and compassion who lived in 17th-century Montreal, you will find yourself transported back through time to another world, that of our ancestors.

Pointe-à-Callière museum
Designated a national archaeological and historic site, Pointe-à-Callière presents centuries of history from the settlements of our First Peoples to the present day. Located on a spot occupied by humans for more than a thousand years and on the very site where Montréal was founded, the Museum is home to some remarkable architectural ruins that are showcased on site.

SOS Labyrinthe
Explore a 2 km mega maze filled with obstacles, traps, false tracks in search of the four new treasures of the longshoremen. Count on our roller-skating animator to help you in this hunt and discover the amazing stories of the Port of Montreal. Careful the route and the riddle change every month!  Rain or shine, it’s a great activity for family and friends.

Hospitalières de l'Hôtel-Dieu museum

The Hospitalières de l'Hôtel-Dieu museum tells the history of the first and only Montreal hospital until 1822 and of its founder, Jeanne Mance, who is also Montreal co-founder. It also tells the history of the firsts Hospitalières de St-Joseph that came from France to help the founder heal the unwell. 

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This passport contains 4 attractions in the Montréal area. 

Marguerite-Bourgeoys historic site
Crowning an ancient promontory above the Saint Lawrence River, once a campsite favoured by the Native peoples, a 300-year-old chapel, a museum of history and an archaeological site invite you to hear what they have to say about the people who founded Montreal. Through the achievements of Marguerite Bourgeoys, a woman of courage and compassion who lived in 17th-century Montreal, you will find yourself transported back through time to another world, that of our ancestors.

Pointe-à-Callière museum
Designated a national archaeological and historic site, Pointe-à-Callière presents centuries of history from the settlements of our First Peoples to the present day. Located on a spot occupied by humans for more than a thousand years and on the very site where Montréal was founded, the Museum is home to some remarkable architectural ruins that are showcased on site.

SOS Labyrinthe
Explore a 2 km mega maze filled with obstacles, traps, false tracks in search of the four new treasures of the longshoremen. Count on our roller-skating animator to help you in this hunt and discover the amazing stories of the Port of Montreal. Careful the route and the riddle change every month!  Rain or shine, it’s a great activity for family and friends.

Hospitalières de l'Hôtel-Dieu museum

The Hospitalières de l'Hôtel-Dieu museum tells the history of the first and only Montreal hospital until 1822 and of its founder, Jeanne Mance, who is also Montreal co-founder. It also tells the history of the firsts Hospitalières de St-Joseph that came from France to help the founder heal the unwell. 

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