Université du Québec à Montréal
Chapelle Notre-Dame- de-Lourdes
Now hidden among the university buildings, this Romanesque gem was built by the Sulpicians in 1876 to cement their influence in...
Bibliothèque et Archives Nationale du Québec
Opened in 2005, this stunning building houses both the library and national archives of Québec. The library itself is 33,000 sq meters,...
From film to theater, stand-up comedy to music concerts, this relatively new venue presents a variety of shows: Oscar Wilde one night,...
Juliette et Chocolat
When the urge to devour something chocolaty arrives, make straight for Juliette et Chocolat, a bustling little cafe where chocolate is...
405 Rue Ste-Catherine Est · interesting places nearby
Université du Québec à Montréal information
The modern, rather drab buildings of Montréal’s French-language university blend into the cityscape and are linked to the underground city and the Berri-UQAM metro station. The most striking aspect here is the old Gothic steeple of the Église St-Jacques , which has been integrated into the university’s facade.