Cathédrale Saint-Jérôme

Religious building and site Region:Laurentides City : Saint-Jérôme

This Roman-Byzantine style cathedral was built in 1897 and continues to bear witness to the Christian faith. From the outside, it resembles a castle. Inside, it boasts exceptional stained-glass windows, a Venetian chandelier and a unique stations of the cross. The museum examines the life of an important figure in the history of the Laurentides region: Curé Labelle.

  355, place du Curé Labelle, Saint-Jérôme, Québec, Canada, J7Z 5A9
450 432-9741

Activities and services

Activities

  • Tours : in french

Vehicle and Parking Services

  • Paid outdoor parking

Signs and shuttles

  • Bus (route)

Groups

  • Reservations required
  • Group rates
  • Tours : in french

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Schedules and rates

Open year round

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