Villa Bagatelle


1360, avenue James-LeMoine
Québec
QC, G1S 1G1
Activities
  • Interpretation Centres

    Villa Bagatelle, with its cross-shaped layout, asymmetrical garden and superb wooden ornamentation, was built in the picturesque English…

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  • Historical Sites

    Villa Bagatelle, with its cross-shaped layout, asymmetrical garden and superb wooden ornamentation, was built in the picturesque English…

    Read

Closed Period:
Closed January and February.

Access for Mobility Impaired People:
Partial

Parking:
Free Outdoor on Site

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1360, avenue James-LeMoine
Québec, QC,
G1S 1G1
Villa Bagatelle
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  • Interpretation Centres

    Villa Bagatelle, with its cross-shaped layout, asymmetrical garden and superb wooden ornamentation, was built in the picturesque English architectural style of the 19th century. Admire the magnificent gardens. The 2019 program features an exhibition on art works of Thomas Bewick and Georges Shaw (February 15 to May 12), on art textile (June 4 to August 25) and on stained glass (September 11 to December 15).

  • Historical Sites

    Villa Bagatelle, with its cross-shaped layout, asymmetrical garden and superb wooden ornamentation, was built in the picturesque English architectural style of the 19th century. Admire the magnificent gardens. The 2019 program features an exhibition on art works of Thomas Bewick and Georges Shaw (February 15 to May 12), on art textile (June 4 to August 25) and on stained glass (September 11 to December 15).