The luminous pathway and the park of the Marina d'escale

Two new reasons to go for a walk in Lachine!
Spotlight on Old Lachine.

Lachine is one of the first three parishes of the island of Montreal, a territory rich in history where it is good to walk. The place is ideal to enjoy family activities, entertainment and shows day and night, in summer as in winter! The space includes new benches, an ice ring in winter and jets of water in summer. Access is via Saint-Joseph Boulevard between 21st and 24th Avenue.

On foot or by bike, you will be able to admire the brand new luminous pathway that highlights the most beautiful patrimonial buildings in the borough: the Citizen's Office, the Guy-Décarie complex, the Old Brewery, the Saint-Anges church, the Fur Trade National Historic Site and the bridges of the Promenade du Père-Marquette.

This project is being financed by the Ville de Montréal.
Investment by the city: $1.9 million
  • Spotlight on Old Lachine.
  • Spotlight on Old Lachine.
  • Spotlight on Old Lachine.
    Photos : Ville de Montréal