Montreal, Canada

Places to visit
Chateau Ramezay Museum

The Château Ramezay Museum is contained in a historic chateau in Old Montreal.  The building was built in 1705 and served as the residence of the governor of Montreal (Claude de Ramezay).  During the American Revolutionary War, it briefly served as the Canadian headquarters of the Continental Army during the invasion of Canada.  Afterwards it once again became the governor’s residence.  In 1894 it was converted into a museum and portrait gallery.  The collection has expanded since then, and now consists of more than 30,000 objects.

The collection is gen...

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