Chambly Canal National Historic Site
Aerial view of Fort Chambly
© Parks Canada
Chambly is a town rich in history. Visit the Fort Chambly National Historic Site to see for yourself,
then stroll along Richelieu Street next to the river to the east of the park. During the summer, the street becomes pedestrian only, and you can admire many historic 18th-century houses.
You’ll also want to stop at the well-preserved little St. Stephen Church.
On nice days in the summer, the heritage guides Au pays de Chambly offer tours of this old part of Chambly.
For more information about their services, call 450-447-7412.
And for all that the City of Chambly has to offer, visit the municipality’s Web site at
Visiting the Area
For further information on tourist attractions in the Montérégie area contact:
Montérégie Regional Tourism Association
8940, Leduc Boulevard, suite 10, Brossard
Tel.: 450-466-4666 or 1-866-469-0069