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Lieu historique national du Fort-Lennox

Saint-Paul-de-l'Île-aux-Noix 450 291-5700 parcscanada.gc.ca/fortlennox

Trace the history at Fort Lennox! Young and old will travel back in time by taking part in many of participatory and animated activities. After a brief boat expedition, relive the experience soldiers and their families who inhabited the fortress in 1833: become a member of the garrison; visit your new districts and face...

Cette maison d’esprit français est érigée en 1766. Autrefois sise à l’angle des rues Notre-Dame et Louis-Hippolyte-Lafontaine, elle est transportée à l’aide d’un fardier sur le site actuel en 1964. Louis-Hippolyte La Fontaine Nord, ardent défenseur de la langue française, premier ministre du Canada-Uni, y a vécu une...

The only house inhabited by Félix Leclerc that is open to the public is a heritage building and houses a permanent exhibition. The creative world remembers him as a man that traced the history and culture of Québec with his songs, poems and plays. A terrace and a beautiful garden are equipped for families and cyclists...

Maison Lenoblet-du-Plessis

Contrecoeur 450 587-5750 | 450 587-5901, poste 201 culturec.net

Built in 1794, Maison Lenoblet-du-Plessis served as the meeting place for the patriots in 1834. It was a strategic moment in time; they drafted some of their 92 resolutions in that dwelling. In 1983, Maison Lenoblet-du-Plessis was declared a historic monument by the Ministry of Culture. It has become a regional cultural...

Maison nationale des Patriotes

Saint-Denis-sur-Richelieu 450 787-3623 mndp.qc.ca

Housed in a 1809 mansion and designated as a historical monument, this interpretation centre of the history of the Patriots from 1837-1838 lets you experience a genuine historical adventure. Through reconstructed elements and numerous collection items, visitors can revisit the days of the Patriots: guided tours of the...