The Frederic Janssoone Museum is one of the oldest museums in our region. For 80 years it has presented the life and work of “Good Father Frederic.” The objects that are on display tell the story of an entire era and its ideas about religious practice.
- Plan for about 1 hour when visiting Saint-Antoine Chapel and the Father Frederic Museum.
- Free parking is available between Saint-Antoine Chapel and Notre-Dame-des-Sept-Allégresses Church.
- The museum is located in the basement of Saint-Antoine Chapel at 890 boulevard Saint-Maurice.
- Access for people with limited mobility is available via rue Laviolette.
To make a reservation or if you have any questions, you can reach us at 819 370-1280.
You can always book online!
Places to discover
“This Franciscan deserves to be the patron saint of pilgrimages and religious tourism, since he attracted crowds to the Cap shrine for fourteen years, to Saint-Anne-de-Beaupré, to the Reparation and Saint Joseph’s Oratory.”
Author, Guy Boulizon
Oratoire Saint-Joseph du Mont-Royal
Sanctuaire Sainte-Anne de Beaupré
Sanctuaire du Cap
Calvaire de Saint-Élie-de-Caxton
This visit takes around 1 hour and is aimed at high school students. It is adapted to the Ministry of Education’s Ethics and Religious Culture curriculum.
Who are the Franciscans? Who was Father Frederic? What did he do that is worth remembering? What is a saint? What are the steps to sainthood? What is a relic?