Until you realize that Ben Franklin is staying here trying to persuade Canadians to join the American Revolution (it may not work), it may not look like the first time, and it is already the governor of many Quebec His hometown has existed for hundreds of years. Definitely worth seeing, this historic building turns the packaging of the museum into a small space. If you like history, you can save a lot of time. There doesn't seem to be much here, but the lobby of the winery seems to be able to continue shopping. There is also a great video in the first room you enter. Don't miss entering the basement, this is easy to overlook.
Opposite the Montreal City Hall is Chateau Ramezay, also called Hamezay Castle.
At that time, the mayor of Montreal, Mr. Claude Hamerse, built his castle in 1705 for residence and office. Since then, the owners here have successively changed, including the new French governor, the Indian company, the American Revolutionary, the governor sent by the British Empire, the minister of public education, the court, the law school and the medical school. It has also hosted some famous figures in world history, such as Benjamin Franklin who lived here in 1776.
The current Hamoeje Castle is a historical site and museum in Montreal.
The building opposite the Old City Hall of Montreal is the Hamez Castle Museum. At that time, the mayor of Montreal, Mr. Claude Hamerse, built his "castle" in 1705 for residence and office. Since then, the owners here have been successively replaced, including the new French governor, the Indian company, the American Revolutionaries, the governor sent by the British Empire, the minister of public education, the court, the law school and the medical school. It has also received some famous figures in the history of the world, such as Benjamin Franklin who lived here in 1776. On the whole, the Hamoeje Castle Museum has put some effort into the content introduction to make the scenes of different eras come alive. Each room has a commentary device, which is like picking up the phone when listening. They used multiple languages (including Chinese) to fully introduce the status and role of this house in Montreal in different eras in the third or even first person.
The Chateau Ramezay Museum The Chateau Ramezay Museum is the first building in Quebec to be listed as a historical monument.
I don't know if I don't come, I am surprised. Very comfortable and enjoyable.