Battle of the Châteauguay National Historic Site
The Battle of the Châteauguay Historic Site commemorates the victory of Canadian troops over the invading American army on October 26th, 1813. Visit the interpretation centre to discover how 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.
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About Battle of the Châteauguay National Historic Site
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Hours of operation
The Battle of the Châteauguay National Historic Site wil reopen on Saturday, June 24, 2023.
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