Dufresne-Nincheri Museum

Hochelaga-Maisonneuve and Rosemont

The Château Dufresne has been listed a historical monument since 1976. This imposing residence, which was built by brothers Oscar and Marius Dufresne (1915-1918), testifies to the aspirations, ideas, and tastes of the French-Canadian bourgeoisie at the beginning of the last century. Painted by Guido Nincheri (1885-1973), the wall decorations are the most important secular work of the Florentine artist, best known for his sacred art which adorns nearly 200 churches in Canada and the United States. The Studio Nincheri is closed for renovation for an undetermined amount of time.


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  • Child admission: $7
  • Student admission: $13
  • Adult admission: $14
  • Senior admission: $13
Fees subject to change
  • Cooperatives and non-profit organizations
Dufresne-Nincheri Museum
2929 Jeanne-d'Arc Street
Montréal, QC H1W 3W2
  • 514-259-9201

Hochelaga-Maisonneuve and Rosemont
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