Musée de Lachine
Practically right on the Canal de Lachine, it’s a great bike ride to this museum, also one of the oldest houses (1669) in the Montréal...
Fur Trade at Lachine National Historic Site
This 1803 stone depot in Lachine is now an engaging little museum telling the story of the fur trade in Canada. The Hudson Bay Company...
Club de Canoë de Course de Lachine
Out near the edge of Lac St-Louis, this canoeing club rents out canoes as well as single and double kayaks. Visitors are welcome, though...
This venerable country-and-western bar is famous for its Hillbilly Night on Mondays, featuring bluegrass, cowboy and fiddle music. House...
Lonely Planet review
This restored five-story windmill was built for a Scottish merchant in 1816, and a multimedia exhibit inside covers its two centuries of history. It’s a nice diversion if you’re out here visiting the other Lachine sites, and a great photo op.