Château Ramezay

Local nameChâteau Ramezay
LocationMontreal, Canada

The Château Ramezay is a museum and historic building on Notre-Dame Street in Old Montreal, opposite Montreal City Hall in Montreal, Quebec, Canada.

Built in 1705 as the residence of then-governor of Montreal, Claude de Ramezay, the Château was the first building proclaimed as a historical monument in Quebec and is the province's oldest private history museum. It was designated a National Historic Sites of Canada in 1949.Over the years, the Château changed owners and functions several times, with Ramezay's descendants selling the manor to the fur-trading Compagnie des Indes.

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Opening hours

Jun 1 - Thanksgiving Day:
Daily 9:30 am - 6 pm

Thanksgiving - May 31:
Tues - Sun: 10 am - 4:30 pm


Adults: CAD 10
Seniors (65 +): CAD 9
Students: CAD 8
5 to 17 years old: CAD 5
4 years old and younger: free
Families (1 or 2 adults and 3 children): CAD 22

More information and contact


Official Website


Phone +1-514-861-3708

Address 280 Notre-Dame East, H2Y 1C5, Montreal, QC, Canada

Coordinates 45°30'31.572" N -73°33'11.384" E

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