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This late 17th-century church, situated on the Place Royale, is one of the city's chief historical landmarks.
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Place Royale 32, Rue Sous-Le-Fort, Quebec City, Quebec G1K 4G7, Canada
Downtown Quebec City
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Reviewed yesterday

Quintessential old Quebec from what I can tell. This centerpiece of this part of town is not only pure Quebec, but a visit to another time and another place. This history and Catholic tradition is amazing. Neither historical or religious, we were intrigued that in...More

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Reviewed 1 week ago

Beautiful community church. A center point of the plaza. The stone masonry and stained glass set this off. Its opening hours are limited, however its a n easy location assemble near or view with reverence.

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Reviewed 2 weeks ago

This church is found in the place royale. It is a very old stone church (over 300 years). The interior is a little gaudy but is definitely pretty, with white and gold. It has the typical model boat from the ceiling that is found in...More

Thank MommyTess
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

small Catholic church in the lower town that is still active with mass in French. They do have a guide that speaks some English. Just walk in a look around and pay a few dollars, light a candle and say a prayer. What more can...More

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Reviewed 4 weeks ago

I preferred this church to the Bascilica. Although it was much simpler, it gave a much better idea of what the settlers life was like. The stained glass, again, was simpler, but, to my eye, more beautiful

Thank janeej
Reviewed 4 weeks ago

This church is part of the history of Old Quebec & can easily be seen while touring the lower tourist area.

Thank Gerri B
Reviewed 5 June 2018

The entire lower city is beautiful, and this church is the centerpiece. Take time to go in and soak in the history. Try for the morning or late afternoon when it's a bit quieter.

Thank R M
Reviewed 3 June 2018

The church is small but is quite important among the catholic community in Québec. One thing which is very interesting is the ship in scale which is placed over the central part of the church.

Thank clpires
Reviewed 29 April 2018

A small church, with lots of historical significance. Good for history buffs to drop in and check out.

Thank orilliaguyz
Reviewed 7 April 2018

Notre-Dame des Victories Church is certainly one of the oldest churches built in North American, in the are where the original settlement of Quebec was established by Champlain. It has been bombed and rebuilt and now is a lovely part of the rich history of...More

Thank jer b
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15 March 2018|
Response from ecurutchague | Reviewed this property |
We went to Sunday morning Mass and the Church was not full. We spoke to the priest afterwards and he said that mass attendance is extremely low in Quebec. So, no need to get their early for a seat.
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Response from whitebeardpm | Reviewed this property |
According to the internet, Mass is at 9:30, 11:30 and 5 pm during summer. Enjoy.