Journey to Île-aux-Noix and step into a time portal when visiting the impressive Fort Lennox. Join in the fun by taking part in our challenges and solving our riddles while exploring buildings from the 19th century. You can also have a picnic on the island or eat at the Amis du Fort-Lennox canteen.
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1 61st Avenue
Saint-Paul-de-l’Île-aux-Noix QC J0J 1G0
Hours of operation
Closed for the winter season*
*Due to conservation work, the site is exceptionally closed since September 5th.
Free admission in 2017. Other fees still apply.
Detailed fees list
Telephone (off-season): 450-658-1585
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