Elevated 360 Image: Basilica of Saint Joseph’s Oratory, Montreal

Montreal, Canada

Step inside the basilica of Saint Joseph’s Oratory of Mount Royal in Montreal and explore its breathtaking interior through our elevated 360-degree image.

Designed by architect Gérard Notebaert, the basilica showcases remarkable craftsmanship and meticulous attention to detail. The floor features beautiful quartzite tiles, and the liturgical furnishings, including the altar, crucifix, and statues of the twelve apostles, were masterfully created by Henri Charlier. Roger de Villiers sculpted the Stations of the Cross, while the impressive mosaic was crafted by the A. Labouret Workshops of France. Admire the exquisite bronze grillwork designed by Robert Prévost and expertly fashioned by Jean-Claude Lajeunie. The nave is adorned with stunning stained-glass windows, skillfully crafted by Marius Plamondon. Marvel at the magnificent tracker grand organ, crafted by renowned German organ builder Rudolf von Beckerath. The inner dome, with its impressive diameter of 26 meters (85 feet), serves both practical and aesthetic purposes. The wooden pews, once installed in Collège Saint-Laurent and Saint Brigide of Kildare church in Montreal, provide seating for up to 2028 people, including the choir and the family gallery.

Immerse yourself in the rich history and architectural splendor of Saint Joseph’s Oratory’s basilica through our immersive 360-degree experience.

Greg Moine Photography

Elevated 360 Image: Basilica of Saint Joseph’s Oratory, Montreal