You don't need to be a religious person to enjoy the history and the architecture of the Church of Our Lady. A masterpiece that took years to complete. Sod was turned in 1877, dedication in 1888, completion in 1926!
The cornerstone (1846)of the original stone church which replaced the first wooden church which stood on this hill, is still standing in front of the Church of Our Lady. Be sure to visit and read the inscription. A glimpse into the past.
Also, the new Guelph Civic Museum, next door to the Church of our Lady, is a must visit.
A lot of history in this little old town.
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