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Marguerite Bourgeoys Historic Site reopens on June 22

Marguerite Bourgeoys Historic Site

Starting June 22, the Marguerite Bourgeoys Historic Site will once again be offering an experience to delight visitors from Montréal and across Quebec.

Every precaution has been taken to ensure employees’ and visitors’ health and safety, and the new permanent exhibition, Meet Marguerite!, is ready in time for summer. Executive Director Jean-François Royal noted that he and his team had a good example to follow. “I have to say that we had an excellent model of perseverance to inspire us. Marguerite Bourgeoy’s life and work are an invaluable and inspiring legacy for Quebeckers.”

The exhibition focuses on the personal saga of Montréal’s first teacher, her energy and her daring. It’s an opportunity to rediscover a key historic figure, a woman of action whose accomplishments have had a huge impact.

Meet Marguerite! is part of a thematic visit, including an archaeological site and an 18th-century stone vault. (Please note that the archaeological site will not be open to the public this summer, in order to respect physical distancing rules.)

Come with your family or on your own and meet Marguerite! Starting June 22

Daily, 10 a.m. to 6 p.m.

Reserve tickets online at or purchase them safely at the door

Information: 514 282-8670 or

400 rue Saint-Paul Est, Old Montréal (Champ-de-Mars metro station)


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