2 Rue de Richelieu, Chambly, QC J3L 2B9, Canada
Sun - Sat 10am - 5pm
Fort Chambly National Historic SiteResiding in the Montreal suburb of Chambly lies a fortress which went unnoticed for nearly a century. After excavations and reconstruction in recent decades, Fort Chambly National Historic Site retells the story of Lower Canada's French settlers and their forgotten 17th century entanglements with British settlers living down the Hudson River in New York and nearby Massachusetts.
In addition to touring the fort itself, walking and bike paths surround the grounds as it overlooks the Richelieu River. Free parking is available.