Located in the Pont-Viau house in Laval since 2016, this museum houses various exhibits on the history of the Missionary Sisters of the Immaculate Conception, the first missionary community for women in the Americas, as well as on the life and times of its foundress Délia Tétreault.
On April 18, 2017, the Mayor of Laval, Mr Marc Demers and the museum’s directress Jeanne Gauvin, m.i.c. have officially inaugurated the Délia-Tétreault Museum alongside Eva Nassif, Member of Parliament for Vimy, Mr Gilles Delorme, Mayor of Marieville, birthplace of Délia Tétreault, as well as many other distinguished guests.
visitors from around the world and every culture
These last months, the Délia-Tétreault Museum has welcomed visitors from around the world and all walks of life. People from Laval are proudly discovering that their city is now home to a museum dedicated to the life of one of Quebec’s greatest women.
a visit from the cardinal !
To have a Cardinal visit the Museum for the very first time is truly an honour! Even more so when that Cardinal is Hong Kong’s Joseph Zen, one of the leading opponent of the current Chinese regime!
This section of the museum on the genealogy of Délia Tétreault was made possible by the generosity of Janine Lee and Stephen Tse of Hong Kong.
Sun. : 10:00 to 11:30 a.m. - 1:30 to 4:30 p.m.
Mon. : CLOSED
Tue. - Sat. : 9:30 to 11:30 a.m. - 1:30 to 4 p.m.
100, place Juge-Desnoyers
To plan your visit, contact
Jeanne Gauvin, MIC
Tel. : 450 663-6460, ext. 5127