Marché Bonsecours

Offsite Venues
Old Montréal and Old Port

Inaugurated in 1847, Marché Bonsecours with its striking silver-domed roof rises majestically above Old Montréal as a symbol of the city’s political and cultural heritage. With its symmetrical composition and Doric portico with cast-iron columns, silver dome and simple and varied details, it is listed among Canada’s ten finest architectural accomplishments and provides an ideal venue for cultural and private events and functions.

Marché Bonsecours has been hosting parties and events since the mid-1800s. Today, it offers fully-equipped, air-conditioned, multipurpose reception halls with full catering amenities for parties of 100 to 975 guests. The impressive Ballroom and spacious De la Commune Hall with mezzanine overlooking the Old Port accommodate larger events, while the Vieux-Montréal and Ville-Marie halls are fine-tuned for more intimate gatherings. Stone walls, vaulted ceilings and abundant fenestration afford a unique allure against a stunning backdrop of the St. Lawrence River, the Old Port and historic Old Montréal.

Éric Coulombe

Meeting planning capacity

Number of meeting rooms by capacity

  • Number of meeting rooms (151 to 500): 4
  • Number of meeting rooms (501 to 1000): 2
  • Number of meeting rooms (1000 and over): 2

Maximal capacity by configuration

  • Maximum capacity - theatre/cocktail: 650
  • Maximum capacity - banquet: 540
  • Maximum capacity - school: 400
  • Number of meeting rooms: 4

  • Surface area of the largest room: 883 m² / 9510 ft²

  • Total surface area for exhibition: 2508 m² / 27000 ft²

  • Partner of Montréal Community Sustainable Development Plan 2010-2015
Marché Bonsecours
350 Saint-Paul Street East
Montréal, QC H2Y 1H2

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