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Le Centre de Bienvenue de Kahnawake

Kahnawake 450 635-2929 | 450 632-6030 kahnawaketourism.com

The Kahnawà:ke Tourism Welcome Center, located in the heart of Kahnawà:ke, a mohawk community 10 minutes from downtown Montreal. Experience Kahnawà:ke's vivid culture with a guided tour of the town, or plan your entire visit with us. The Welcome Center should be your first stop when visiting. Stop by for a free map and...

Lieu historique national de Coteau-du-Lac

Coteau-du-Lac 450 763-5631 | 1 888 773-8888 parcscanada.gc.ca/coteau

Here, the power of the rapids shaped 7,000 years of history, ingenuity, and defence that led to the grand creation of Canada's first lock canal. It was a natural stopping ground for Indigenous peoples and where military strategists built their fort and octagonal blockhouse. NEW IN 2019: take part in an inspiring guided...

On October 26, 1813 in this very spot, 300 men repelled an invading force of 2,000 soldiers! It is often said that this was the battle that saved Montréal. Discover the strategies behind that decisive day. Visit the interpretation centre, and then go explore the 14-km long stretch of battlefield. Perhaps one of your...

Maison de la culture Villebon

Beloeil 450 467-2835, poste 2914 culture.beloeil.ca

Built in 1944, the Maison de la culture Villebon is the centerpiece of the City of Beloeil's architectural heritage. This former residence now serves as a cultural meeting place and is accessible to the general public. The venue presents both intimate shows and professional exhibitions.

The Louis-Hippolyte-La Fontaine House is a French style home built in 1766. Formerly located at the corner of Notre-Dame and Louis-Hippolyte La Fontaine North, it was moved to its current site in 1964 using a flatbed truck. Louis-Hippolyte La Fontaine, a strong protector of the French language and former Prime Minister...