The Château Dufresne, built between 1915 and 1918, was a beaux-arts style mansion owned by the Dufresne brothers, leading members of Montreal’s French bourgeoisie. Today, the Château Dufresne houses a museum dedicated to the history of Montreal’s east end.
Wednesday to Sunday: 10 a.m. to 5 p.m.
Guided tour of the Château Dufresne Museum in english (45 minutes duration) Saturday and Sunday: 2:30 p.m.
Children 4 years and under: Free
Children 5 to 17 years: $ 5.00
Students and seniors: $ 8.00
Adults: $ 9.00
Family (2 adults & 2 children) : S 20.00
2929 Jeanne-d’Arc Avenue, Montréal
Pie-IX, Pie-IX west exit
Mr. Marc Poirier, Chair of the Board of the Société du Château Dufresne and Vice-President, Operations at Magnus Poirier Inc., has officially launched the Château Dufresne Museum’s annual fundraising campaign, to be put toward properly conserving the Museum’s collections and offering visitors a rich and varied program and high-quality exhibitions.
To send us your donation, just mail it to us at: Château Dufresne Museum, 2929 avenue Jeanne-d’Arc, Montreal, H1W 3W2 .
You can also make your donation over the telephone, by calling (514) 259-9201.
Thank you for your generosity.