And Then There Was Light

Stop, look, listen...and travel back in time as animated light displays and dynamic projections blaze across giant screens suspended from the vault of the Basilica. This is a show with an amazing tale to tell...a must-see!

For a preview presentation of our show “And Then There Was Light” click here.

For further information, please call
514-842-2925 or 1 866 842-2925.

Experience the birth of Montreal and Notre-Dame Basilica in the most astounding sound and light show in town.

Amazing light on our heritage

This magnificent show uses today’s most advanced multimedia techniques to (literally) highlight the Basilica’s historical, cultural and architectural legacy...and its many outstanding works of art.

“And Then There Was Light” represents the work of 150 artists and skilled technicians. During the show 26 silent motors move the screens, projectors and curtains in this superb, highly automated production.

Out of sight, out of mind...

Despite the vast technical resources the show requires, after each presentation all physical features, including the giant 18 x 21 metre (59 x 69 ft.) main screen, disappear from view...until next time...

Audience : Age 7 and older
Languages : English, French, Spanish and Mandarin
Length : 35 minutes

Please note that the sound and light show "And then there was light" representations are cancelled until further notice.  August 14th 2014

Price (tax included)
Adults: $10
Age 60 and over: $9
Age 17 and under: $5
Groups: Free extra ticket with every purchase of 20 tickets

Box office
Boutique du Parvis
110 Notre-Dame Street West
Telephone orders (Service charge additional):
514-842-2925, extension 226
1 866 842-2925

Administrative office
Open Monday through Friday, 9:00 AM to 5:00 PM
424 St-Sulpice Street
514-842-2925
1 866 842-2925

Admission Network (Service charge additional)

ADMISSION

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“God is the poet and men are only the actors. The great plays that are acted out on earth were written in heaven”
– Jean-Louis Guez de Balzac