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The Carillon Canal is located close to Highway 344 West in the village of Carillon (now Saint-André-d'Argenteuil), halfway between Montreal and Ottawa.
A visit of the historic site includes the existing canal and the remains of the first two buildings, the ancestral home of the collector and the barracks that house the Argenteuil Regional Museum.
Allow at least half a day to take in all the history and pleasant atmosphere.
230 Du Barrage Street
Saint-André-d'Argenteuil QC J0V 1X0
Toll free: 1-888-773-8888
The Carillon Canal runs along Route 344 West.
Take Highway 40 west, Pointe-Fortune exit.
Take the ferry to Carillon and follow Route 344 West to the lock.
From Highway 13 or 15 North:
Take Highway 640 West and follow the signs for Route 344 West to Carillon.
Hours of operation
The national historic site is open every day of the year from sunrise to 11 p.m. The navigation season runs from Victoria Day to Thanksgiving (mid-May to mid-October).
Site access is free. Otherwise, there are fees for locking and overnight mooring. Daily access and season permits are offered.
Detailed fees list