Schedule and rates

One entrance fee gets you access to more than 300 years of history, a rich architectural and religious heritage, and invaluable memories. The exhibitions are accessible to anyone in a specific area of the museum. Beyond that area, a tour guide will accompany you through the hallways and Ursuline residence where you can explore at your own pace.

Museum schedule

Fall – winter – spring schedule :

From Labor Day to June 21: Wednesday to Sunday, 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. | Closed from 12 p.m. to 1 p.m.

Summer schedule :

From June 22 to Labor Day:
everyday from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m.




Exhibitions and guided tour

Available during the summer season only


9 $ + taxes

12 $ + taxes


8 $ + taxes

10 $ + taxes


8 $ + taxes

10 $ + taxes

12 and under



Activities for all ages

Discover our activities on site at the monastery, available outside of the museum’s normal visiting hours. They are available at certain dates and have their own rates.

Groups visit

Reduced rates available for groups of 20 or more. Possibility of visiting outside normal business hours.

The Coffee break

To begin or end your group tour on a high note, head to the refectory in the former boarding school (built in 1806) where you can enjoy some coffee, tea, juice, and cookies. A tour of the historic chapel and access to temporary and permanent exhibitions are included.

School groups

The Musée des Ursulines de Trois-Rivières offers educational programs on site or in the classroom for elementary and high school students. We also offer educational activities tailored to daycare children.

Consult our educational programs to find out more.

How to get here

The Musée des Ursulines de Trois-Rivières is located in downtown Trois-Rivières, about 90 minutes from Quebec City, Montreal, and Sherbrooke. From Highway 40, take exit 199. From Route 138, take Chemin du Roy.

Services nearby

Paid outdoor parking | Picnic area | Near Amphithéâtre Cogeco and des Forges Street.