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Fort Chambly National Historic Site
Located on the banks of the Richelieu River in the municipality of Chambly, only 35 km south of Montreal, Fort Chambly National Historic Site is accessible by car, bicycle and public transit.
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Fort Chambly National Historic Site is located 35 km from Montreal and 235 km from Quebec City.
2 De Richelieu Street
Chambly QC J3L 2B9
There are three ways to get to Fort Chambly from Montreal:
- Take the Champlain bridge, follow highway 10 eastward, take exit 22 (Chambly - Saint-Jean-sur-le-Richelieu) and follow the signs to Fort Chambly.
- Take the Jacques-Cartier bridge, take the exit for Taschereau boulevard and then the exit for route 116 (Saint-Hubert), then take exit 8 for autoroute 30 west towards Brossard, take exit 115 (Cousineau Blvd. - Chemin Chambly) and follow the signs to Fort Chambly.
- Take the Louis-Hippolyte-Lafontaine tunnel south, continue on highway 20 eastward, take exit 98 for highway 30 west towards Brossard, take exit 115 (Cousineau Blvd. - Chemin Chambly) and follow the signs to Fort Chambly.
There is one way to get to Fort Chambly from Quebec City:
There are two parking lots for visitors to Fort Chambly, P1 and P2, both accessible from Bourgogne Avenue. If the Fort Chambly parking lots are full, you can find parking spaces nearby, including the Chambly Canal parking lot at Parc des Ateliers, located at 1840 Bourgogne Avenue in Chambly. A parking fee is required.
By public transit
There are two bus terminals, one in downtown Montreal and one in Longueuil, which offer bus routes to Fort Chambly. There is a bus stop in front of the main entrance to Fort Chambly, at the corner of Bourgogne Avenue and Du Fort Street.
Fort Chambly National Historic Site of Canada is located a few hundred meters from the Chambly Canal bicycle path. The Chambly Canal bike path also connects the Montérégiade II path, the Vallée-des-forts pathand the Montée du Fort-Chambly path.
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