In a few words
Come and discover a military museum that stands out from the rest. Come and enjoy unique and exceptional artifacts, including a 1942 motorcycle. The Lévis Armory, still used by the Canadian Army and built in 1911, houses this museum dedicated to the memory of one of the oldest canadian military units. The Régiment de la Chaudière distinguished itself by its actions on the European front during the Second World War and was also the only French-Canadian unit to have participated in the Normandy landings on June 6, 1944. Come and meet the story of people here, citizen-soldiers who shaped our region from the French regime to the present day. Come and immerse yourself in original and often unpublished themes developed from local, regional, national and global angles. An unforgettable experience.
July 4th to August 30th
From Thursday to Sunday 10am to 4pm.
From September 2019 on reservation only
418-835-0340 ext 6651024
12 years old and under : free
Group rate available by reservation (10 people or more).
Canadian military (active or retired) - free with CF ID