Jonathan Roy

Museum of Chapelle des Cuthbert


The Cuthbert Chapel Museum is a true crossroads of encounters and reflection where contemporary and current artistic practices are put forward in a unique patrimonial environment in Quebec. It presents visual arts exhibitions, contemporary dance, landscape and environmental art as well as concerts.
The Cuthbert Chapel is the oldest Protestant chapel built in Quebec. It was Lord James Cuthbert who, after the death of his wife Catherine Cairns, had it built to bury his remains and those of his daughter Caroline, as the Berthier seigneury had no Protestant cemetery at the time. It was built in 1786 by the master mason Antoine Leblanc, from Maskinongé.



  • Schedule: Everyday, from 9am to 6pm.
  • Operation period: From July 1st to September 5, 2022


  • Parking


  • Rates: Free
Contact our resource person
Noémie Asselin
Business Agent and Sales Representative
1 800 363-2788 poste 242

Museum of Chapelle des Cuthbert
461 Rue de Bienville
Berthierville, QC J0K 1A0
450 836-4171

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