Carillon Canal National Historic Site (Saint-André-d'Argenteuil)
A page in Canada’s transportation history. An old barracks, the lockmaster’s house and a lock like no other in North America.
Coteau-du-Lac National Historic Site (Coteau-du-Lac)
The remains of Canada’s first lock canal and a 19th-century British fortification. Visit the octagonal blockhouse, the only one of its kind in the country.
Sainte-Anne-de-Bellevue Canal National Historic Site (Sainte-Anne-de-Bellevue)
The remains of the former canal and a lock dating from 1882, still in use. A great place for watching ships passing through the lock and learning about its history.
Lachine Canal National Historic Site (Lachine)
The cradle of industrial development in Quebec in the 19th century. A 14.5-km canal that can be explored on foot, by bicycle or by boat.
Exporail - Canadian Railway Museum (Saint-Constant)
A train-school and over 145 vehicles! One of the largest collections in North America.
Chambly Canal National Historic Site (Chambly)
Step locks, crank-operated mechanisms and old-time techniques that are still very much alive. The story of the Canal and its workers.
J. Armand Bombardier Museum (Valcourt)
The life and work of J. Armand Bombardier, an inventor and entrepreneur who revolutionized winter travel.
Saint-Ours Canal National Historic Site (Saint-Ours)
It was the Saint-Ours dam that made the Richelieu River passable. Watch the impressive manoeuvres as ships move through the lock, and a fish pass like no other.