Fort Saint-Jean Museum

Housed in the former Protestant Chapel (1850) of Saint-Jean Fort, this museum traces over 300 years of military history. The collection of weapons, uniforms and other military artefacts is bolstered by an exhibit on the development of the fort. After visiting the museum, visitors can tour the remains of the old ramparts on the grounds of the campus, enjoying views of Richelieu River at the same time.

Useful information

Address : 

15 rue Jacques-Cartier Nord

Phone:

+1 450-358-6500

Price:

4 $ (-12 years old 2 $)

Opening hours

Jun-Aug: 10am-5pm; rest of year: by prior arrangement

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