Chapelle des Jésuites

Religious building and site Region: Québec City and Area City : Québec CityDistrict : Vieux-Québec - inside the walls

This chapel, built in 1818, based on the plans of François Baillargé, and inaugurated in 1820, is a work of art with its architecture, sculptures and painting. The inside of this church includes magnificent works of art, such as the sculpted pine altar, Médard Bourgault's Stations of the Cross, a statue of Saint-Antoine-de-Padoue by Jacques Bourgault (Médard's son) and two recumbent statues by Alfred Laliberté.

Telephone : 418 694-0601


Activities and services


  • Entertainment
  • Self-guided tours
  • Tours : in french
  • Tours : in english

Signs and shuttles

  • Bus (route)


  • Not accessible (Kéroul)


  • Special schedules
  • Reservations required
  • Tours : in french
  • Tours : in english

Schedules and rates

Open year round

Open on request by the Corporation du Patrimoine et du tourisme religieux de Québec (418-694-0601)