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This quiet residential and farming community is situated on the Mille Îles River as it leaves Lake Deux Montagnes and joines the Chêne River. In 1837 the town was the site of one of the most crushing defeats of the Patriots' Rebellion. The town is home to the Cistercian Abbey at Oka, famed for its delicious cheeses.
Tourist attractions Saint-Eustache : Things to see and do
123 Rue Saint-Louis CDN - Saint-Eustache J7R 1X9
With its imposing façade and two elegant steeples, the St.-Eustache church was erected in 1783 and enlarged in 1831. Badly damaged in 1837 during the patriots' battle against the British army, it was carefully rebuilt from the remains. Cannonball mar..
236 Rue Saint-Eustache CDN - Saint-Eustache J7R 2L7
The only building to survive "the bloody night," this seigneurial mill on the Chêne River was built in 1762 and has operated ever since. It is named for the Légaré family who ran it from 1908 to 1978. The original mechanism and equipment ca..
271 Saint Eustache CDN - Saint-Eustache J7R
The city's main street is lined with several buildings of historical interest. The former Presbyterian Church (1910) at no. 271 now houses an art gallery pre-senting temporary exhibits. At no. 163, the gabled, redbrick Plessis-Bélair House has been c..