Musée de Lachine
Located on the banks of the St. Lawrence River, 10 km from downtown Montréal, the Musée de Lachine comprises an archaeological site and collection, the oldest intact buildings on the Island of Montréal and a vast outdoor sculpture garden.
A magnificent example of 17th-century French architecture, the Maison LeBer LeMoyne is the jewel in the crown of the museum. Inside the house, more than 400 objects from the Museum’s collection illustrate the everyday life of its occupants since 1669. The major part of these items comes from archaeological excavations conducted on the site. The museum also offers exhibitions and engaging educational activities.