Petit Futé's opinion on PARC RENÉ-LÉVESQUE
This small green peninsula offers a stunning perspective on the majestic St. Lawrence River and Lake Saint-Louis. A parallel language corresponds to the original entrance of the canal, inaugurated in 1825. The Lachine Museum is attached to the park and offers discoveries with contemporary art and history (closed from December to end March), without forgetting its outdoor site with about fifty contemporary sculptures. Near the Lachine Canal National Historic Site.
Opening time and information on PARC RENÉ-LÉVESQUE
Parking: CAN$1.50 per hour, CAN$9 for the day. River shuttle service enters the park and Châteauguay on south bank (from mid-June to beginning of September). Several services on the premises.
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