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Moulin Fleming (“The Fleming Mill”)

This imposing structure was a witness to rural and industrial life in the 19th century. It’s well worth a visit.

Jardin de sculptures de Lachine

Jardin de sculptures de Lachine (“The Lachine Sculpture Garden”).Walk or bike through this open-air museum which attests to the vitality of sculpture in Quebec from the late 1960s to today. (Description provided by mtl.org)

Lachine Canal National Historic Site

Looking for an escape? Discovering the Lachine Canal by bike or boat, with its lush vegetation and fascinating locks fits the bill!

Rafting Montreal

Hold on tight! Experience powerful waves and turbulent waters when exploring the Lachine Rapids.


Parc des Rapides

A peaceful, ideal spot to commune with nature in the company of small furry animals and a multitude of feathered creatures.

Maison Nivard-De Saint-Didier (“The Nivard-De Saint-Didier House”)

One of Montreal’s oldest French-inspired rural houses, visitors can take a journey into the heart of Verdun’s archaeological heritage.

Wellington Promenade

Window shopping is a delight on this welcoming street, where merchants and residents alike actively participate in neighbourhood life.

Maison Saint-Gabriel (“The Saint-Gabriel House”)

Take a fascinating tour of this 300-year-old building which was once at the heart of the Congrégation de Notre-Dame’s agricultural and educational activities.

The Fur Trade at Lachine National Historic Site

Step into the vibrant fur trade era in the heart of Old Lachine. Relive a vibrant page of history through the lives of voyageurs, the bourgeois and the Indigenous peoples. (Description provided by parks.canada.ca)