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Petite Chapelle de Tadoussac

Rue Bord de l'Eau, Tadoussac, Quebec G0T 2A0, Canada
+1 418-235-4324
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Lovely chapel

Bright colors : white and red against the blue sky ... perfect photos. One of the landmarks in the... read more

Reviewed 4 weeks ago
Guy9120
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A small room that is very beautiful but the building from the outside is more... you can easy find... read more

Reviewed 7 January 2018
Jens Peter O
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  • Excellent39%
  • Very good46%
  • Average12%
  • Poor2%
  • Terrible1%
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“wooden church” (5 reviews)
“altar” (4 reviews)
“graveyard” (3 reviews)
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Rue Bord de l'Eau, Tadoussac, Quebec G0T 2A0, Canada
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Reviewed 4 weeks ago

Bright colors : white and red against the blue sky ... perfect photos. One of the landmarks in the bay of Tadoussac, next to the hotel

Thank Guy9120
Reviewed 7 January 2018

A small room that is very beautiful but the building from the outside is more... you can easy find it as it is almost on all pictures from the town.

Thank Jens Peter O
Reviewed 5 October 2017

A highly informative history lesson focusing on the manner of necessary living when the community here was originally settled. The hostess was very knowledgeable affording historical information,

Thank Bob R
Reviewed 28 September 2017

A very nice host, very generous with the information on the chapel. A nice discovery !! Very well preserved.

Thank Alain A G
Reviewed 26 September 2017

This chapel is historic as it is the oldest wooden church in North America that was built in the 1700's. It is small but worth a visit. There is no admission fee but an optional donation which helps with the upkeep of the Chapel. It...More

Thank basilpesto2016
Reviewed 19 September 2017

Interesting very old church. Good history lesson.Amazing to appreciate how people lived at the beginnings of the community.

Thank TravelerMikePlano
Reviewed 18 September 2017

Historical wooden chapel. Nice movie inside explaining the history of chapel and Tadoussac. Perfect for a rainy day or little break.

Thank Soulia
Reviewed 7 September 2017

it was very lovely to walk by and see the alive history of Tadoussak, very peaceful, view from hill is amazing

Thank 953olenap
Reviewed 1 September 2017 via mobile

This wooden church is very small. You can visit it under 20 minutes. It is beautiful. It is really solid. At the end behind the altar you can see a baby Jesús from 19th century. They don't charge an entrance fee, they suggest a donation....More

Thank nfontiveros
Reviewed 24 August 2017 via mobile

The little white Chapel with red steeple is an unmistakable sight at the harbour. It was built 1.5 centuries after Tadoussac was settled, by a Jesuit missionary who evangelized the migratory native Innu who gathered at the shore in summers. The overwhelming majority of Inuit...More

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