Plan your visit
Following extensive flooding in recent years, major renovations are required at Carillon-Barracks National Historic Site. The Argenteuil Regional Museum (French only) is relocated for an indefinite period.
The Argenteuil Regional Museum (french only) is housed in the former military barracks of Carillon built around 1830 on the shore of the Ottawa River. It is located at 44 de la route du Long-Sault in Saint André-d’Argenteuil (Carillon). The museum presents three theme-based exhibits and offers a guided tour lasting about one hour.
44, route du Long-Sault
Saint-André-d’Argenteuil QC J0V 1X0
819 629-3222 (Parks Canada)
Hours of operation
Closed for the season because of repairs due to flooding of the Ottawa River in the spring of 2019.
Argenteuil Regional Museum (French only)
Videos, Filming, and Using Drones
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