This chapel located in the archbishopric was built in 1919 by the architect Louis Napoléon Audet (who also designed the Sainte-Anne de Beaupré Basilica) is recognised as an artistic and heritage jewel! Majestically decorated, it is also one of the major works of the Quebec painter Ozias Leduc, a Master of Religious Art during the period. You can visit the archbishopric chapel alone or with a guide during the summer season (from June to August).

For groups of 20 or more, you can reserve at (819) 563-9934, ext. 209 or by email at [email protected] during any season.

Individual or guided tours by reservation only (outside of the summer season).

Length: Between 30 min and 1 hour

No visits at this time due to COVID-19.


  • Free Parking
  • Mandatory Reservation

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Pierre Poulin
Pierre Poulin
Convention and Knowledge Tourism Delegate