The interior is, as might be expected from the exterior, faithful to the interior of St Martin-in-the-Fields, London, with its balconies, classicizing plaster work and Palladian eastern window.
|Above: interior looking east|
|Above: detail of "ashlar masonry" on west facade|
|Above: the variety of materials used on the west facade|
If you find yourself in Quebec City, be sure to check out this building - it's only a stone's throw from the Chateau Frontenac and is definitely worth your time.