Château Dufresne, museum and historical heritage site

Offsite Venues
Hochelaga-Maisonneuve and Rosemont

Built between 1915 and 1918, Château Dufresne is a Beaux Arts style private mansion which was owned by the Dufresne brothers, two important members of Montréal’s French bourgeoisie. The building boasts an interior decor painted by artist Guido Nincheri and is testament to the tastes of the roaring twenties’ bourgeoisie. Located in the Maisonneuve district near the Space for Life, this sumptuous building offers elegant and distinguished meeting facilities.

Manon Lapointe

Meeting planning capacity

Number of meeting rooms by capacity

  • Number of meeting rooms (under 150): 5

Maximal capacity by configuration

  • Maximum capacity - theatre/cocktail: 90
  • Maximum capacity - banquet: 140
  • Maximum capacity - school: 74
  • Number of meeting rooms: 4

  • Surface area of the largest room: 61 m² / 660 ft²

  • Total surface area for exhibition: 74 m² / 800 ft²

  • Number of booths: 3

  • Cooperatives and non-profit organizations
Château Dufresne, museum and historical heritage site
2929 Jeanne-d'Arc Street
Montréal, QC H1W 3W2

info@chateaudufresne.com
Hochelaga-Maisonneuve and Rosemont
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