Closed to the public for conservation work
Fort Lennox National Historic Site is currently closed to the public for major restoration work. Thank you for your understanding.
Time to Connect
Enjoy the moment!
Since the summer of 2015, Parks Canada has installed red Adirondack chairs at the Fort Lennox National Historic Site so that visitors can enjoy breathtaking views of the Île-aux-Noix, the Richelieu and the rich historical and natural heritage of this exceptional site.
The location has been carefully selected enabling you to pause and explore the narratives of the landscape as you connect with history and nature.
Where are the red chairs?
Any way is fine for going in search of the red chairs along the the Fort Lennox, whether alone, in couple, with your family or amongst friends!
The adventure doesn't end at Fort Lennox! Parks Canada has installed red chairs in the most beautiful landscapes in the country, including those featured in Western Quebec's other historic sites. What are you waiting for to discover them?
Fort Chambly National Historic Site
Manoir Papineau National Historic Site
Coteau-du-Lac National Historic Site
Forges du Saint-Maurice National Historic Site
Fort Témiscamingue National Historic Site
A story to share
Once you've spotted the red chairs and you're comfortably seated, inhale deeply and take the time to observe the different elements that make up the landscape unfolding before your eyes.
While you're at it, add your story to that of the Fort Lennox National Historic Site by sharing your photo using the hashtag #timetoconnect #FortLennox or #ParksCanada.
Where did the red chair idea come from?
Initiated by Gros Morne National Park in 2011, Parks Canada's Red Chair Experience program has rapidly expanded to other national parks, national historic sites and national marine conservation areas across the country.
Installed in locations that are most emblematic of Canada, the red Adirondack chairs enable visitors to experience unforgettable moments in exceptional settings while connecting with nature and history.
For more information on the location of the red chairs in Canada