200-year-old prison cells open to the public - Guided Tours of the Morrin Centre

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  200-year-old prison cells open to the public             

Morrin Centre: Discover the hidden stories of our 200-year-old building.

Our tours allow you to enter heritage spaces that are usually closed to the public.  Beginning with a descent into the dark prison cells of the Quebec City Common Gaol (1813-1868),  followed by a look into the Anglo-protestant life of Morrin College (1868-c1900) and finishing with the Literary and Historical Society of Quebec’s stunning Victorian library.

Every Thursday, Friday and Saturday
In French: 1 p.m.  /     In English: 2 p.m.
$4 / person – no reservation necessary

Morrin Centre
44, chaussée des Écossais
(between Sainte-Anne and Dauphine streets)
(418) 694-9147  
[email protected]

www.morrin.org