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Fort Chambly National Historic Site, Chambly

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Military history buffs will appreciate Fort Chambly National Historic Site, a stronghold built in 1711 to defend the colony. The main elements of the fortification remain intact, allowing for an immersive trip into Quebec's colonial past. A number of signposts offer insight and factual information about the history of the fort and the French infantry posted here. Once you get your fill of garrison life, head to the onsite restaurant to sample the cuisine of New France. If you're feeling frugal, bring plenty of snacks to enjoy on the picnic tables surrounding the fort. Use our Chambly vacation trip planner to arrange your visit to Fort Chambly National Historic Site and other attractions in Chambly.
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  • While visiting the area, stop by to visit the fort. For few dollars, you'll see a part of our history. The site is very nice and kept clean, take time to picnic on the site, relax in the shadow of the...  more »
  • The Old Fort of Chambly is an unforgettable place to gather to view history or to simply have a family picnic. It is our history and a part of our heritage...with the rapids just beside and the view o...  more »
  • Nice, workshops to facilitate the visits, beautiful location at the edge of the Richelieu River, a good time to spend with family
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  • Where: Fort Chambly What: A historical fort, similar to Old Fort Henry just smaller and cheaper. How was it: We stumbled upon this place after having breakfast at Dame Tartine. As we approached the water front, we got a closer look and noticed that we could enter for a very reasonable price. We spent roughly $12 between the two of us. It doesn't look big from the outside but once you're in, it's quite surprising. It's a good place to go with kids and there's some interaction as you walk through. There is also a timed information session with a guide that we were fortunate to assist. Grade: Eli = 4, Serge = 4+ Recommend: Yes, it's very affordable and a nice place to visit if you are in the area.
  • A national park with plenty of space to picnic. You can visit the inside It will take you 2-3 hours to visit depending in your interest in reading signs. Guided tour is offered and pricing is fair. I really like the fact they now offer a kind of treasure hunt for kids a fun way to visit with younger crowd.
  • Nice slice of Québec history. Here is held the biggest beer festival of the province. Right by the water, it is a beautiful place to visit and have a picnic in the parc!
  • Beautifull area where you can walk, bike, inline skate... A lot of green area. Lack of picnik table but plenty of space to put a blanket.
  • Super chill park by the water. Great for taking walks. Watch out for the Beerfest in September every year.