Battle of the Châteauguay National Historic Site

The interpretation building at the Battle of the Châteauguay National Historic Site is currently closed.
You can enjoy the outdoor picnic area on the banks of the Châteauguay River, or take a look at the Commemorative Obelisk just a few steps from the parking lot.

The Battle of the Châteauguay Historic Site commemorates the victory of Canadian troops over the invading American army on October 26th, 1813, when 300 Canadian fighters managed to defeat 3,700 Americans, an unrecognized episode in our history that recalls the importance of these militiamen who became heroes.

The commemorative Obelisk at the Battle of the Châteauguay National Historic Site.

A high memorial

Don't miss the nearby commemorative Obelisk.

School diaries

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Back in time

Familiarize yourself with the origins and main figures of the 1813 battle.

About Battle of the Châteauguay National Historic Site

Culture and history

Discover the historical and cultural dimension of the Battle of the Châteauguay National Historic Site.

Stewardship and management

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Contact Battle of the Châteauguay National Historic Site

2371 Rivière Châteauguay Road, Howick (Quebec) J0S 1G0

General inquiries

1-888-773-8888
chateauguay@pc.gc.ca

Hours of operation

The interpretation building at the Battle of the Châteauguay National Historic Site is currently closed.

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