Cathédrale Holy Trinity

Cathedral of the Holy Trinity

Consecrated in August 1804, it is the first Anglican cathedral built outside the British Isles. In 1989, the Canadian government recognized the Cathedral as National historic Site and the same year, it was listed as a heritage building by the Government of Quebec. Modeled after the Church St. Martin-in-the-Fields in Trafalgar Square, London, the Cathedral also gets its inspiration from this church which has forged a strong musical identity over the past decades. Discover inside: the English stained glass windows, the King's Gift exhibit, the historic "English change ringing" bells, the 1790 chamber organ and amazing classical musical concerts!


Open year round




  • Picnic area on site
  • Free Wi-Fi
  • Family activities
  • Presentations on site
  • Free admission, with fees for extra activities
  • Facilities designed for groups
  • Welcome and information services in English and in French
  • Tour offered in a language other than English or French
  • Tour offered in English and in French
  • Guided tours

31, rue des Jardins
 G1R 4L6
Tel.: 418-692-2193, poste poste 3