Longueuil The Essential
Located on the south shore of the St. Lawrence, Longueuil was part of the seigneury granted to Charles Le Moyne in 1657. Le Moyne built a fort here, naming it Longueuil after his birthplace in Normandy. Today, you will drive through this residential suburb of Montreal, on your way to Mont St Hilaire and Chambly Fort.

Must see

Michelin's recommendations for Longueuil
Saint-Lambert Lock
Saint-Lambert Lock
The lock at Saint-Lambert is the first
Rollin-Brais House
Rollin-Brais House
Built between 1794 and 1801, this stone
60 minutes
Cathédrale Saint-Antoine-de-Padoue
Cathédrale Saint-Antoine-de-Padoue
This imposing stone church (1885-1887)
15 minutes
Rue Saint-Charles Est
Rue Saint-Charles Est
A number of historic houses, most of
15 minutes
Costume and Textile Museum of Quebec
Costume and Textile Museum of Quebec
Formerly located in the Marsil house at