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Fort Lennox National Historic Site

Fort Lennox National Historic Site is located on Île-aux-Noix in Saint-Paul-de-l'Île-aux-Noix, in the Montérégie region. You can access the Visitor Centre by car or by bicycle. A Parks Canada boat makes the crossing to Île aux Noix where Fort Lennox is located.

Find all the information you need to plan your next outing: Operation hours, fees, directions and more.

Reopening planned on Saturday, june 17, 2023

Parks Canada gives our past a future

Fort Lennox National Historic Site has been closed to the public in order to carry out major restoration work on the historic buildings situated on île aux Noix. The reopening is scheduled on Saturday, June 17, 2023.
More information about the restoration

Thank you for your understanding.

Hours of operation

Check the dates and hours of operation of the site, as they vary with the seasons.


Enjoy free admission for youth 17 and under, and see daily visitors fees and equipment rental fees.

Attractions and tourism

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Investment program in Parks Canada federal infrastructures

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How to get here

Fort Lennox National Historic Site is located approximately 60 km from Montreal and 290 km from Quebec City.


1 61st Avenue
Saint-Paul-de-l’Île-aux-Noix QC J0J 1G0
450-658-1585 (Off-season)




By car

  1. From Montreal: Take Highway 15 south (Airport/Highway 15 south/Highway 20 east/Champlain Bridge/Toronto), take exit 6 to QC-132/La Prairie/New York, follow Marie-Victorin Boulevard/Highway 15 south, use the left lane to take the Highway 15 south/QC-132 west ramp to La Prairie/U. S.A., continue on Autoroute 15 South/QC-132 West, take exit 21 for QC-221/QC-219 (toward Napierville/Sherrington), turn left onto Rang Sainte-Marguerite/QC-219 North/QC-221 South and follow the signs to Fort Lennox National Historic Site.
  2. From Quebec City: Take highway 20 west (Montreal/Rivière-du-Loup), take exit 98 for highway 30 towards Vaudreuil-Dorion/Sorel-Tracy/Airport, merge onto highway 30 west and continue, take exit 67 to Boulevard de Rome, follow the signs to highway 10 eastbound/Sherbrooke/Vermont/I-89, merge onto highway 10 eastbound, take exit 22 for highway 35 southbound to Vermont, follow highway 35 southbound, take exit 43 for QC-223/Boul. du Séminaire towards downtown, turn right onto QC-223 south and follow the signs to Fort Lennox National Historic Site.

Parking There is a parking lot.

By bike
The Fort Lennox National Historic Site is accessible by various bicycle paths and trails.

Facilities and services

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