A quiet and pleasant spot that gives a sense of the Ursuline Order in Canada. There is an interesting museum and you get a sense of the catholic church in Quebec over the course of a few hundred years.
This is a review of the permanent exhibition of the Musee des Ursulines de Quebec. The exhibition, which takes about an hour to peruse, explores the convent boarding school education provided to girls in the 19th and 20th centuries. It should be noted that for much of this period, the availability of an education for girls was rather limited. The... 更多
If you have been educated by nuns you will love this gem. A modern and very informmative and interesting museum . In the centre of town . It recreates the atmosphere of a convent school very well.
It was more of a celebration of the history of the school that still exists than an actual museum. It glossed over the years about the Aboriginal girls. I asked the lady at the desk and she said that the museum focuses on the 18 century and they stopped taking Aboriginal girls in the end of the 17th century. It... 更多
This little museum was right beside the Cathedral of the Ursulines of Quebec. The museum provided lots of information and artifacts particular to Mary de Ursuline who was the founding nun and teacher for the children in Quebec.. A wonderful museum worth the visit,,
I agree with another reviewer that this is a well-done museum that you can go through in an hour or less. The museum follows two stories, becoming a sister at the convent and attending their boarding school. It was interesting to learn about the history of each and the subjects that the students learned. They have many well preserved artifacts... 更多
Really enjoyed this museum and the next door chapel! Clean, modern, and cool AC inside for a hot day. Covers history of the order and the school and children they taught. Fascinating!
Enlightening I spent a couple of hours learning about the history of the place and listening to headphones in English enhanced my visit besides reading
This was an interesting site to visit. The three floors take you through the schooling of young girls by the nuns and also gives information on the girls who became nuns. They were given quite a good education - not only to come good housewives but also science, art and math.