© Château Ramezay - Historic site and museum of Montreal, photo: Michel Pinault
 

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© Château Ramezay - Historic site and Museum of Montréal, photo : Michel Pinault

Breadmaking workshop for the whole family!

Since baking workshops are always popular, the Château Ramezay – Historic Site and Museum of Montréal is again inviting families to try their hand at bread making. Here’s your chance for a culinary experience with a historical flavour!

Bread takes only a few ingredients! Churn your butter, add starter and flour, sprinkle it with sugar and dried fruit and you’ve got a tasty snack to share with friends! While the bread is baking, explore Montréal’s history!

No reservations are needed, just visit the Museum, Sunday March 1st to Sunday March 8, 2020, 11 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. 

 

Additional Information: 

• Duration: Allow 20 to 30 minutes for the bread making and an additional 20 minutes for baking. The last workshop will start at 3:30 pm.
• Cost: This activity is included in the price of admission (Adult: $11, Child: $5.75, Senior: $10, Family : $26.50 4 years old and younger: free)
• Notes: Children must be accompanied by an adult. Adults unaccompanied by children may also participate.

Birthday Party

If you'd like to try bread making but are not available during spring break, please note this activity is available weekends as part of the children's party option. Contact education@chateauramezay.qc.ca for more information or to make a reservation online.

suivez le chef!

Château Ramezay - Historic site and museum of Montreal, photo: Michel Pinault

 

Temporary unavailable.

The tour is offered in French only. 

 


Information 

Louise Brazeau, Head- Education and Promotion 

communications@chateauramezay.qc.ca

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