Parc Montmorency

Point of interest

This park offers a magnificent panoramic view. Memorials to Louis-Hébert, first Canadian farmer, and to Sir George-Étienne Cartier, one of the founding Fathers of Confederation, are found here, as well as a plaque commemorating the first Parliament. Across the street from this park is the Archbishop’s Palace, a superb stone structure built in 1844, under the supervision of architect Thomas Baillairgé.

Parc Montmorency
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