FORT CHAMBLY NATIONAL HISTORIC SITE
Petit Futé's opinion on FORT CHAMBLY NATIONAL HISTORIC SITE
Restored by the Canadian government, it was built by the French in 1711, at the foot of the rapids of the Richelieu River, a waterway linking Montreal to New York. Inspired by the principles of Vauban fortifications, he was waiting with a firm footing for the attackers of the English colonies. Cross its walls and discover the lives of the soldiers and inhabitants of the seigneury of Chambly, around 1750. A true witness of the French presence in America!
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Open from mid-May to mid-October (flexible hours). Adult: $5.65 CAN, 17 years old and under: free.