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Fort Chambly National Historic Site

How to Get Here

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Road access to Chambly Chambly regional map
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In Chambly, there are road signs indicating the fort's location.

From Montréal:

By Champlain Bridge:

  • Highway 10 East;
  • Exit 22 (Chambly - Saint-Jean-sur-le-Richelieu);
  • Follow Chambly direction; it will lead you to Fréchette Blvd.
  • At the end of Fréchette Blvd, turn right on Bourgogne St.
  • The fort will be on your left not too far after the bridge.

By Jacques-Cartier Bridge:

  • After the bridge, take the Exit for Taschereau Blvd.;
  • From Taschereau Blvd, take the Exit for Highway 116 - Saint-Hubert;
  • Then take the Exit 8 for Highway 30 West, Brossard direction;
  • Take Exit 115 Cousineau Blvd.- Chambly Road;
  • Turn left on Road 112 East direction (Chambly Road);
  • Turn left on Fréchette Blvd;
  • At the end of Fréchette Blvd, turn right on Bourgogne St.;
  • The fort will be on your left not too far after the bridge.

By the Louis-Hippolyte-Lafontaine Tunnel:

  • Highway 20 direction;
  • Take Exit 125 for Highway 30 West, Brossard direction;
  • Take Exit 115 Cousineau Blvd.- Chambly Road;
  • Turn left on Road 112 East direction (Chambly Road);
  • Turn left on Fréchette Blvd;
  • At the end of Fréchette Blvd, turn right on Bourgogne St.;
  • The fort will be on your left not too far after the bridge.

From Québec:

By Highway 20 West:

  • Exit 112 Road 223 South;
  • Turn left on Fréchette Blvd.
  • At the end of Fréchette Blvd, turn right on Bourgogne St.;
  • The fort will be on your left not too far after the bridge.

By bus

From Downtown Terminus (Montréal) or Longueuil Terminus

The Conseil intermunicipal de transport Chambly-Richelieu-Carignan (CITCRC) offers a public transit service from Montréal/Longueuil to Chambly. There is a bus stop in front of the fort at the corner of De Bourgogne and Du Fort Streets.

If you want more information about the schedules and fees, check out the CITCRC's web site: www.citcrc.amt.qc.ca or call them at the 514 877-6003.

By bicycle

Mix culture and outdoor pleasures!

Take advantage of the nice weather and come to the Fort Chambly National Historic Site of Canada in bicycle! The fort is only a couple of meters from the Chambly Canal cycling path . This multipurpose path is part of La Route Verte and is connected to the Montérégiade II, the Montée du Fort-Chambly and the Vallée-des-forts cycling trails.