Chateau Ramezay MuseumCurrently Closed
- Address: 280 Rue Notre-Dame Est, Montreal, QC H2Y 1C5, Canada
- Timings: 10:00 am - 08:00 pm Details
- Phone: 1-5148613708
- Ticket Price: 2 CAD
- Time Required: 02:00 Hrs
- Tags: Museum, Family And Kids
Chateau Ramezay Museum - Review
The Chateau Ramezay has been exhibiting verifiable presentations and forming social, experimental and museological exercises for more than 115 years. Its mission is to protect, highlight and give access to a building, which is characterized as a recorded landmark, and a gathering mostly concentrated on the history of Montreal and Quebec. To do in this way, it executes instructive exercises and has occasions nearly associated with Montreal's social life. From 1997-2010, through a Montreal social improvement assertion between the City of Montreal and the Quebec Ministry of Culture and Communications, the Chateau experienced a noteworthy inner part and outer surface restoration.
In June 2000, its arranging was redeveloped with a specific end goal to make the Governor's Garden. This arrangement is an average sample of an eighteenth century urban plant in New France and is an uncommon vestige from a past time. Notwithstanding its enclosure, the Chateau Ramezay presents its accumulations through an assortment of lasting and brief shows, which uncover the society, legacy and everyday life of Quebec's occupants throughout the hundreds of years. Today, having welcomed a large number of guests, the Chateau Ramezay proceeds its mission of preservation and training. Through its structural planning, history and different exercises, it has turned into a major legacy fascination in the precise heart of the noteworthy locale of Old Montreal.
Because of its volunteers, accomplices and staff, this one of a kind establishment presses on to improve and uphold its crucial part in our social order. The Chateau Ramezay is a private, non-benefit association. It was the first building declared an authentic landmark in Quebec and is the region's most seasoned private history historical center. It is certify by the Québec Ministry of Culture and Communications and its accomplices incorporate the City of Montreal, the Arts Council of Montreal, Heritage Canada, etc.
How To reach Chateau Ramezay Museum by Public Transport
- Rue Notre-Dame
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Chateau Ramezay Museum, Montreal Reviews
The garden was closed during my visit. The museum os not bad at all, but there is something missing to make the visit more interesting. The basement was very interesting, a reconstruction of how it would be during the time the house was used in the past.
This place shows the rich history that Montreal has to offer. It contains loads of history that is actually super interesting and is a great place to hide from the cold.
Very interesting! Lot to discover... one can easily get transported in another era. I only miss a simple chronological timeline to represent myself all the periods that are talken about.
A very good museum about the early life of the Upper Class in New France, housed out of Chateau Ramezay, the original Governor's House in Montreal. Here you'll learn about the lifestyle of those living in New France, and take in a number of artifacts from the era, and up to the present day, showing how Montreal changed over time. On the second floor was a bread-making workshop, where visitors can try their hand at making bread in the traditional manner of the settlers, and even taste it after it is finished baking. Kids will have fun with this activity, and a number of other areas feature kid-friendly content. Definitely worth a visit!
my favorite museum in Montreal. it shows the life of a rich person during the colony. it is not too big but very interesting if you are looking some some exclusive photos
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