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On October 26, 1813 at this very site, 300 men overcame 2,000 foes! During this mythical battle decisively won by Canadian troops, Montréal was saved from the invading Americans. Discover the strategies behind this conclusive battle as you visit the interpretation centre. Search the genealogy station and, perhaps, you...

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...