Welcome to the Château Ramezay’s press room, a section primarily intended for the media.
For further information, please do not hesitate in contacting the Head - Education and Promotion, Louise Brazeau:
T: 514 861-3708, ext 229
The Ones we met - Inuit Traditional Knowledge and the Franklin Expedition
As Seen by Poirier - Montréal before, during and after the Second World War
Extension of WAR Flowers - A Touring Art Exhibition
WAR Flowers - A Touring Art Exhibition
Métis-sur-Montréal : "Fields of Memory"
Open House - Volunteering at the Château Ramezay
Pick a Peck of Pumpkins
Heritage 375 Gala : Beyond our expectations!
Heritage 375 Gala
A Montréal Angle to the History of Photography - A lecture by Jean-François Nadeau (in French)
Unearthing Montréal's luminous past - A living archeological legacy!
Métis-sur-Montréal ''Traces - First Waterways''
Montrealers - A story in portraits
OFF 375 unveils its signature and announces its 100 % History activities
Spring Break 2016 - Breadmaking Workshops for the Whole Family!
Touring Québec - Let's Go !
1812: Objects to Discover
Itinerant Pods by North Design Office - Métis-sur-Montréal 2014
The History of Public Markets in Montréal
Around the Fireplace...Holiday Traditions
Crime and Punishment - Justice in New France
Jardins M - Métis sur Montréal 2013
Heart and Soul - Quebec Folk Art
150th anniversary achievement awards
Lauch of the 150th anniversary celebrations!
150 years of action: Montréal’s evolving heritage
In the time of Smallpox: Physicians, Surgeons and Apothecaries in New France
Every user reproducing the new visual identity of the Château Ramezay – Historic Site and Museum of Montréal has to follow the rules stated in this document.
English: Château Ramezay – Historic Site and Museum of Montréal.
French: Château Ramezay – Musée et site historique de Montréal.
English : Montréal’s portal to its past…
French : Entrez dans l’histoire de Montréal… par la grande porte !
USING THE LOGO
The logo is available on a white or red & black background in French, English and bilingual
The logo is also available in black & white on a white or red & black background in French, English and bilingual.
For all other combinations, please contact the Communications Coordinator./p>
The symbol and the typographic signature are inseparable; it is thus strictly prohibited to modify them.
USE OF COLORS
Dark Red: RVB code: 192-0-0
Gray: RVB code: 64-64-64
Louise Brazeau, Head Education and Promotion