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A wonderful museum: VERY interesting exhibition about girls' education from 17th century... the temporary exhibition about embroidery is also very good. The photography exhibition about the nuns' life nowadays is very moving too...And wonderful staff, very helpful and welcoming.
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This museum covers the history of the Ursulines in Quebec City, especially focusing on the history of the school they operated, which is the oldest girls school in North America. While we were there they also had an exhibit on the nuns’ embroidery, which was...More
We walked from the Parliament down to the Ursuline museum in under 10 minutes (downhill) and spent about an hour in the museum. The exhibits are self-guided and really well prepared. The most effective displays were the listening stations with headsets on which you listen...More
Good museum from the religious order that shows how the Ursulines arrived in Quebec at the seventeenth century. Some rooms are dedicated to the boarding schools for girls. Instruments and mobilia from the XIX.
We really enjoyed this museum. Their free exhibit about embroidery was amazing. It’s really interesting to see how it was done and the amount of detail used. The explanations were very clear and detailed and we really enjoyed the portions talking about the boarding school...More