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How to Reach Us

By public transit

Getting to the Basilica by metro

Get off at Place-d'Armes Station on the orange line and take the Saint-Urbain exit. Then, go up the hill towards the Place d'Armes: you'll find the Basilica is hard to miss!

Getting to the Basilica by bus

Take bus number 55 Saint-Laurent, southbound, and stop on Notre-Dame Street, east of the Basilica.

Bus schedules are available through the Société de transport de Montréal website.

Getting to the Basilica by Bixi (in season only)

Bixi bike-sharing station locations are subject to change each season, but there is usually a station within a 5 minute walk of the Basilica. You can find a map of the stations on the Bixi website.

Accessibility with reduced mobility

Notre-Dame Basilica is a Kéroul certified partially accessible location. Please consult our fact sheet on Kéroul's website for more information on the accessibility of our facilities.

We also participate in the CAL program, which provides recreational experiences for people with functional limitations.

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