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Chambly | Quebec

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Canal-de-Chambly

National Historic Site

This historically rich site along the Richelieu River stretches 20 kilometres from Chambly to Saint-Jean-sur-Richelieu. A breathtakingly beautiful site, the Canal-de-Chambly is a haven for nature and sports enthusiasts.

Summer activities include biking, boating and hiking along the well-maintained trail. There are also many benches along the path for visitors to sit back and relax in a peaceful environment filled with life. Winter activities at this charming canal include ice skating, snowshoeing and cross-country skiing. Don’t forget to add this site to your itinerary on your next trip to Chambly!

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Café-Théâtre de Chambly

For over 30 years, the Café-Théâtre de Chambly has delivered incredible performances to visitors and locals alike. Representing Canadian talent, the theatre is Chambly’s flag-bearer of the arts and culture.

As the only theatre producing shows all year round in the country, Café-Théâtre de Chambly presents roughly six productions, with some focusing on only launching young talent aged 6 to 17 years. The various genres presented include comedy, drama and classical theatre, providing something for everyone! The theatre can host up to 80 audience members, and the up-close view they can get of the actors makes it a unique experience.

Photo: https://cafe-theatredechambly.weebly.com/

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Fort Chambly

A designated national historic site, Fort Chambly combines history, leisure and an experience that will transport you back in time.

Fort Chambly 1840 by William Henry Bartlett – http://www.mef.qc.ca/Carignan.htm, Public Domain

The main attraction here is the fort set against the enchanting views of the Richelieu River, dating back to 1711. The monument has plenty of interpretive panels with information on the site’s history and relevance.

Near the fort, you will also find an original guard house with art exhibitions representing the local talent of Chambly. A park, some trails, a bicycle path, picnic areas and green spaces set against the melodious sounds of the rapids all accompany this picturesque fort. Pets are allowed outdoors but must always be kept on a leash. A historical gem, Fort Chambly, will make your trip unforgettable!

Photos: By Denis-Carl Robidoux, CC BY-SA 3.0; Cephas, CC BY-SA 3.0

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Parc des Vétérans

Parc des vétérans is an urban tribute to the brave hearts who have served Canada in the past, present and future. Representing world peace and Canada’s efforts, the park is home to 3 flags flailing side by side; the United Nations flag, the Canadian flag and the flag of Quebec. A commemorative plaque can also be found at the center, surrounded by a stone footpath for walkers and bollards that light up the space at night.

There are also many benches and seating areas spread across the lush rest stop for visitors to unwind in the peaceful space.

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Église Saint-Joseph-de-Chambly

An architectural wonder, the Église Saint-Joseph is one of two Catholic churches in town. Clad with beautiful stone, the structure is set against the spectacular views of the Chambly basin. Initially built in 1739, this church was made of wood and had to be rebuilt three times due to fires.

The current structure is the fourth and final version built in 1881. It still holds the same foundations and sections of some masonry walls as the original church, speaking for its evolution. Inspired by medieval architecture, the bell tower symbolizes light and resurrection. With peaceful surroundings, this magnificent church will transform you into a meditative space.

Photo: Pierre Bona, CC BY-SA 3.0

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Ferme Guyon

A locally cherished farmers market, Ferme Guyon, offers the largest selection of fresh produce from all over the province. Promoting farm-to-table eating, the market sells a vast piece of bakery items, cheese, meat, wine and organic fruits and vegetables. Their seasonal products are highly recommended.

Apart from the healthy food options, they also host a seasonal educational farm and butterfly sanctuary. The farm offers a unique interactive experience at the farm. With over 500 butterflies, the sanctuary immerses visitors in the environment and educates them on the life cycle of these delightful creatures. Their garden center is also a wonder to look at! With 500 plant variations, the center can fulfill the needs of any project!

Photos: https://fermeguyon.com/  

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Water sports Gervais Désourdy

Located by the Richelieu River and Chambly basin, the Gervais-Désourdy Nautical Center offers a variety of water sports options for visitors. They offer safe boating for people of all ages, making it ideal for families. Activities offered include paddle boating, paddling boarding, canoeing and kayaking.

Their specialty sea kayaking is a 2-hour excursion that allows tourists to explore the scenic area. Kayaking lessons and other nautical services are available for people who may want to train a bit before going into the activity on their own. Visit Gervais-Désourdy to escape into nature and revive your inner adventurer.

Photo: https://ville.chambly.qc.ca/centrenautique/

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Pôle culturel de Chambly

The highlight of modern architecture and evolution in Chambly, this cultural center, is the town’s pride. It is home to a 20,000 square feet municipal library and a state-of-the-art multifunctional performance hall, both serving the culture and heritage of the town. Additionally, the center also houses a permanent art exhibition inside the library.

The textured diamond-shaped exterior pavers provide a non-slip surface to ensure visitors can visit even in wet and icy weather conditions. An environment rich with information and education, this dynamic space promotes community spirit.

Photo: https://sdklbb.com/projets/pole-culturel-de-chambly/

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Bonté Divine

Offering high-quality food paired with a warm and cheerful atmosphere, Bonté Divine is a must-visit. Built in the owner’s ancestral home, the interior of the space offers a combination of the old and contemporary. Visitors also have the option to sit on the patio to enjoy their food with a view of the striking Chambly basin. Their menu focuses on classic breakfast and lunch dishes, with their vegan lattes being the highlight. Visit this café for its cozy ambience and exceptional food!

Photo: https://bontedivine.ca/

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