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Musée Beaulne

Musée Beaulne

96, rue de l’Union, Coaticook J1A 1Y9 819 849-6560 Website

The Beaulne Museum is housed in the Arthur-Osmore-Norton Castle, a historic residence built in 1912 by Arthur Osmore Norton

who made his fortune thanks to the manufacture of the ball and gear jack. The permanent exhibition traces the fascinating history of the Norton family.

Recognized for the conservation and presentation of textiles and costumes, the Museum also works in the fields of regional heritage and visual arts.

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 Lac-Brome Museum and Children's Museum

Lac-Brome Museum and Children's Museum

130, rue Lakeside, Lac Brome (Knowlton) J0E 1V0 450 243-6782 Email Website

The museum is located in the heart of Knowlton (Town of  Brome Lake) on beautiful grounds. Easily accessible, the museum includes many buildings: the old fire station; an interactive children's museum; the Martin Annex which houses a War Museum; see an airplane from the First World War, a rare find and the only one with its original material; the former courthouse dating back to 1858, which today serves as the accredited Archives Centre (available by appointment only); the former Knowlton Academy, and more.

The museum dedicates the largest artifact collection of the first war in which lies outside the War Museum in Ottawa. The house of the founder of Knowlton was added to the site in October 2014.

The Lac-Brome Museum, a perfect place for history lovers, or for a memorable family outing. 

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Sutton

Sutton

27, rue Principale Nord, Sutton J0E 2K0 1 800 565-8455 Website

Constituted in 1802, the border municipality of Sutton, which covers 235 square kilometres, is renowned for its tranquil rural landscape. Loyalists started arriving here in 1799. Coming from New Hampshire, Richard Shepard was one of the first pioneers to clear the land. Later, in the 1840s, French-speaking settlers also came and brought their culture to the region.The municipality was granted town status in 1962.

An interpretive panel is located in front of the former Brunswick Inn (now the restaurant À la Fontaine), located at 30-A Principale Sud.

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Musée Bruck

Musée Bruck

225, rue Principale, Cowansville J2K 1J4 450 263-0141, poste 230 Website

Opening hours, spring-summer 2023:

Thursday to Saturday, 12 p.m. to 4 p.m.

From June 20 to August 19, Tuesday to Saturday from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m.

Second empire style and built in 1874 as the Eastern Townships Bank, this remarkable building is a remarkable place to visit and is also the starting point of a heritage tour. Discover the Bruck-Lee permanent collection which consists of more than 75 works (paintings and sculptures). This collection was put together by the Cowansville Art Centre (1956-1979) and presents the works of Alexander Y. Jackson from Groupe des Sept and many artists from Beaver Hall Group.

Since 2009, Lee-Vermeille collection, following a sponsorship project, adds a contemporary component to the museum with its garden sculptures and paintings. The museum also hosts visual arts temporary exhibitions, mainly of artists living in the region.

Cowansville's  history began in 1798 with the arrival of the first settler, the son of a Loyalist named Jacob Ruiter. Cowansville gets its name from the Scotsman Peter Cowan, an influential businessman and later sheriff of the district of Bedford. The village was incorporated in 1876 and became a town in 1931. Cowansville is a bilingual, industrial town today and retains its Loyalist influences with magnificent buildings and affluent homes.

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The Missisquoi Museum

The Missisquoi Museum

2, rue River , Stanbridge East J0J 2H0 450 248-3153 Website

Stanbridge East was founded in 1801 and incorporated in 1890. The first inhabitants were former British settlers who wanted to remain loyal to the British Crown during the American Revolution, moving to the area in 1797. The Loyalists cleared the land for cultivation, and thus started an agricultural industry that remains prosperous to this day. The town is renowned for its Loyalist architecture and origins.

The Museum contains more than 12,000 items relating to Missisquoi County’s history, located in 3
period  buildings: the Cornell Mill (1830); the Walbridge Barn located in  the charming hamlet of Mystic and Hodge’s General Store.

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Bedford

Bedford

1, rue Principale , Bedford J0J 1A0 450 248-2440 Website

Long considered the county seat of Missisquoi, Bedford (1890) is located close to the Quebec border with Vermont. The first settler arrived in 1804.

At the end of the 19th century, Bedford was a significant trade centre with its train station, retail stores, agricultural society buildings, Bedford Times head office, branch of the Exchange Bank, office of the Dominion Telegraph Company, tannery, several manufacturing shops, and smelting works.

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Frelighsburg

Frelighsburg

1, Place de l’Hôtel de ville, Frelighsburg J0J 1C0 450 298-5133, poste 30 Website

Surrounding Pinnacle Mountain, the recent municipality of Frelighsburg is the result of a merger of townships and small villages. The original municipality of Frelighsburg was already established in 1845, however, and included the Protestant parish of Saint Armand East. The village is named after one of its first pioneers, Abram Freligh, who came from New York.

Apple production is a major part of the economy, and the village was designated among the most beautiful in Quebec.

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Way's Mills / Barnston-Ouest

Way's Mills / Barnston-Ouest

2081, chemin de Way’s Mills, Barnston-Ouest J0B 1C0 Website

It is believed the Algonquin tread the soil of Barnston Township between 1300 and 1680. The Abenaki followed suit, then the Loyalists and Irish, and the Francophone wave began with the expansion of the railway around 1850. Today, residents live in the hamlets of Way’s Mills and Kingscroft, which have been part of Barnston West since 1946. An American manufacturer of tweed and flannel, L. S. Way, arrived around 1808, leaving his name to the village nestled in a bend of the Niger River, which is also crossed by Holmes Road.

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Louis S. St. Laurent National Historic Site

Louis S. St. Laurent National Historic Site

6790, route Louis-S.-St-Laurent, Compton J0B 1L0 1 888 773-8888 Website

This is Parks Canada’s only historic site in the Eastern Townships. Visit former Canadian Prime Minister’s native single-family home and the St-Laurent Store and Warehouse. Discover the local residents’ rural lifestyle of the turn of the 20th
century. Watch the multimedia show and relive a dynamic an  underestimated page of our history!

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Milby / Waterville

Milby / Waterville

2335 Chemin du Pont Couvert, Waterville J0B 3H0 Website

Built in 1873, this historical monument designated by the municipality is worth the detour. Its particular features include vertical panelling, straight lintels, lateral openings at the top, and curved root knee braces.
The bridge is open to traffic, at Chemin du Pont-Couvert, Milby

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The Sherbrooke Historical Society

The Sherbrooke Historical Society

275, rue Dufferin, Sherbrooke J1H 4M5 819 821-5406 Website

The Mhist-Musée d’histoire de Sherbrooke invites you to explore Sherbrooke and the Eastern Townships’ past. Discover the contribution of cultural communities on the development of the city for more than 200 years and witness their legacy.

Archives services, exhibits, tours and activities
all play in role in Sherbrooke Historical Society’s goal: promote Sherbrooke’s rich history!

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Uplands Cultural and Heritage Centre

Uplands Cultural and Heritage Centre

9 Rue Speid, Sherbrooke QC J1M 819-564-0409 Website

Housed in a stately and elegant heritage house, Uplands Cultural and Heritage Centre combines local history with cultural and artistic traditions. The centre is a unique establishment which offers: exhibitions of works by local and regional artists, concerts, workshops, guided tours, and more!

Enter the warm and elegant ambience of a distinguished home from the past. Each room has a unique charm, thanks to the many furnishings and antiques belonging to the Lennoxville-Ascot Historical and Museum Society.

Outside, discover our exhibit on large panels and beautiful gardens, where you can experience English tea. Guides in period costume welcome you and interpret this local tea tradition.

We hope to see you soon!

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Maison des arts et de la culture de Brompton

Maison des arts et de la culture de Brompton

1, rue Wilfrid-Laurier, Sherbrooke J1C 0P3 819 846-1122 Website

Brompton’s arts and cultural centre is located next to the Saint Francis River in Parc de la Rive. Its magnificent outdoor site welcomes many people out for a stroll or bike ride, and its train-station-inspired architecture and interpretive panels pay homage to the rich history of this heritage site.

Throughout the year, professional visual arts
exhibitions and various cultural activities are part of the wealth of cultural programming.

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Cookshire-Eaton (Eaton Corner)

Cookshire-Eaton (Eaton Corner)

374, route 253, Cookshire-Eaton J0B 1M0 819 875-5256 Website

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Cookshire-Eaton

Cookshire-Eaton

85, rue du Parc, Cookshire-Eaton J0B 1M0 819 560-8585 Website

The Town of Cookshire-Eaton was established following the 2002 merger of the Town of Cookshire with the Municipality of Eaton. Scenic roads cross through its 567 km2 taking travelers through rural communities to discover many interesting sites. Among them is Cookshire, founded by Loyalists, on a route long traveled by the Abenaki who had maintained seasonal camps in the area.

Cookshire was named for Captain John Cook, who, in 1795, was the first settler to acquire land. Today, agriculture and forestry predominate. Several buildings have been designated historic monuments.

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Bury

Bury

528, rue Main, Bury J0B 1J0 819 560-8414 Website

The Municipality of Bury is home to a number of houses that reflect a former era and another culture, that of the families who immigrated to the Township of Bury in 1836, prior to founding the municipality of the same name in 1855. Of modest means, the ancestors of Bury residents came from the rural regions of Norfolk, Suffolk, and Kent in England. After 1837, a few Gaelic families from the Isle of Lewis and Lochbroom settled in the area. They made their living from farming and forestry, as do their descendants today.

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Dudswell (Bishopton)

Dudswell (Bishopton)

167, rue Main, Bishopton (Dudswell) J0B 1G0 819 560-8484 Website

Dudswell was founded as a township by John Bishop’s family in about 1865 and established as a municipality in 1895. It encompasses Bishopton (1912) and Marbleton (1895), the latter chosen in 2001 to be part of the Most Beautiful Villages of Quebec network. Both are nestled in the valley of a vast, mountainous area. The rapid evolution of the limestone industry led to development in the Township of Dudswell, attracting French Canadians.

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Dudswell (Marbleton), Eva-Tanguay Park

Dudswell (Marbleton), Eva-Tanguay Park

900, rue du Lac, Marbleton (Dudswell) J0B 1G0 819 560-8484 Website

After the Maison de la culture was demolished in June 2020, the municipality decided to make this new public space all about nature, taking steps to naturalize and revegetate the shorelines. Now, it’s the perfect place to relax and soak up the scenery or even take in a spot of fishing. The panoramic sheds circuit uses architectural features to celebrate the landscapes of the Haut-Saint-François region, and one of its highlights is the Dudswell shed, which offers a stunning vista of Lac Adolphe and the hill on the horizon. The walls are hung with interpretation panels and artwork that pay tribute to legendary artist Éva Tanguay.

Éva Tanguay was born in Dudswell in 1878. Her parents emigrated to the United States when she was just four years old. She emerged on the scene as a singer and a theatre actor, and by 1904, had become a household name in the United States and a star attraction in major European cities. At the height of her career, no other artist in the world was more widely imitated—or higher paid.

Located inside the park, the Dudswell shed is a breathtaking spot to take a pause and admire the beauty and tranquility of Lac Adolphe. You’ll want to linger awhile over the captivating photo tribute to American vaudeville star Éva Tanguay and her stellar career.

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Eaton corner Musuem

Eaton corner Musuem

374, route 253, Cookshire-Eaton (Eaton Corner) J0B 1M0 819 875-5256 Email Website

Open from the end of June to the end of September

The Eaton Corner Museum, a seasonal Museum, is located in the historic village of Eaton Corner. Come explore our permanent exhibit "A Tale of the Townships" in the Church building and our reserve collections in the Academy depicting life and work on the homestead, in the village, and in school, in the late 1800's to early 1900's. Many Eastern Townships family genealogy records are available for research.

 

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Centre d'art de Richmond

Centre d'art de Richmond

1010, rue Principale Nord , Richmond J0B 2H0 819 826-2488 Website

Cleared in the late 1790s by pioneers from New England, Montreal, and the Richelieu Valley, Richmond is one of the oldest towns in the region. The municipality was named in honour of the governor-in-chief of British North America, Charles Lennox, the 4th Duke of Richmond.

Located in the former Mont Saint-Patrice convent (1884) and St. Bibiane’s Roman Catholic Church (1880), the Centre d’art de Richmond offers a wide variety of cultural activities, with its concert hall featuring exceptional acoustics, music school, and art gallery.

Activities: concerts and exhibitions.

 

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Musée de l'Ardoise (Slate Museum)

Musée de l'Ardoise (Slate Museum)

5, rue Belmont, Richmond J0B 2B0 819 826-3313 Website

Located in a Presbyterian church dating back to 1889, this interpretation centre highlights the unique heritage of slate (roofing, slate objects, etc.).

Activities: Tour focusing on slate roofs. Also, a heritage tour of Richmond, slate-cutting demonstrations, and a gift shop. Documentation available at the Centre d’interprétation de l’Ardoise.

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Woolen Mill

Woolen Mill

210, chemin Porter, Ulverton J0B 2B0 819 826-3157 Website

Dating back to 1850, the Woolen Mill is the only textile interpretation centre in Canada with a turbine and machines from the era that still function. The mill’s three storeys are devoted to the evolution of textiles. Workshops, sheep in enclosures, demonstrations. Trails, bar, food services, picnic area.

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Ulverton

Ulverton

151, route 143, Ulverton J0B 2B0 819 826 5049 Email Website

Ulverton marks the northernmost limit of the American colonization of the Eastern Townships. Some believe that it got its name from Tilverton, a village near Dublin and birthplace of Edmund T. Patterson, one of the village’s founders. Others say that it refers to the English village of Ulverston. The quality and diversity of its heritage buildings make this one of the most original and picturesque villages in Quebec.

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Le P’tit Bonheur de Saint-Camille

Le P’tit Bonheur de Saint-Camille

162, rue Miquelon, Saint-Camille J0A 1G0 819 340-1993 Website

Founded in the late 1840s, Saint-Camille was one of the first French-speaking villages of the Eastern Townships. However, the architecture of its buildings draws on an English-language heritage. Renowned for its cultural activities and expertise in rural community development, Saint-Camille is a united, innovative, and learning community. Its population is growing, having recently passed the 570 mark.

Located in the former general store and opened in 1988,le P'Ti Bonheur de Saint-Camille,  this cultural and community centre, puts on shows, exhibitions, and festivals, and offers services, meals, and training to the community.

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Vitrine minéralogique et d’histoire

Vitrine minéralogique et d’histoire

351, boul. Saint-Luc, Val-des-Sources J1T 2W4 819 879-7171 Website

This is the capital of the asbestos-producing region, known particularly for its open-pit mines. With the Jeffrey Mine, the town can continue to claim to this day to have the largest open-air deposit in the world. The asbestos was discovered by 1879, and extraction began by William H. Jeffrey in 1881. Val-des-Sources (before called Asbestos) has been through its courses and graduated, growing from a simple post office to mining camp and from village to town. The name “Asbestos,” dating back to 1884, comes from the English word derived from the Greek name for incombustible.

The museum collects minerals from the Jeffrey Mine as well as derivative products from the mining industry, and provides information on the history of local mining.

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Danville

Danville

39 rue Du Dépôt, Danville J0A 1A0 1 888 839.2911 Email Website

On June 14, 1902, the Montreal Daily Herald ran the headline, “Danville, one of the most beautiful towns in the province of Quebec.” Danville is located at the edge of the Eastern Townships, where the Bois-Francs region starts. It owes its growth to the arrival of the railway in the mid-18th century. Magnificent Victorian homes and the American-style square continue to bear witness to that era.

Danville has been home to well-known leaders such as Daniel Johnson, premier of Quebec from 1966 to 1968, and Mack Sennett, an icon of Hollywood silent movies.

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Mansonville

Mansonville

Bureau touristique / Tourist Office
291, route de Mansonville, Mansonville J0E 1X0 450 292-4403 Website

Constituted in 1855, the municipality of Potton Township includes the hamlets of Highwater (1927), Dunkin (1796), Knowlton Landing (1821), Vale Perkins (1873), and Mansonville (1811), its county seat which commemorates founder Robert Manson.

The arrival of colonel Henry Ruiter of the British army, fleeing New York after the American Revolution, began settlement in 1790. Then Loyalists and other Americans from Vermont came looking for valuable land.

The pioneers quickly realized the hydraulic potential of the rivers to power the mills that would be key to their new economy.

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North Hatley

North Hatley

300, rue Mill, North Hatley, North Hatley J0B 2C0 819 842-1018 Website

Located at the outlet of Lake Massawippi, “lake of deep waters,” North Hatley was originally called the Outlet. It was first populated by the Abenakis, who hunted, fished, and held their ceremonies along the St. Francis River. In 1792, Ebenezer Hovey, captain of the militia in Connecticut, and Henry Cull submitted their request to the British Crown to obtain a concession of lands, which they received on March 25, 1803.

North Hatley was founded in 1897 at the northern tip of Lake Massawippi. Like its neighbouring village of Hatley, North Hatley grew thanks to the effort of immigrants gathered under the Company of Associates, whose goal was to obtain concessions in Lower Canada. In 1880, the construction of a rail line consolidated the village reputation as a resort, to the point that between 1902 and 1909, it reached a peak in numbers of tourists.

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Ayer's Cliff

Ayer's Cliff

150, rue Tyler , Ayer's Cliff J0B 1C0 819 838-5006 Email Website

The first settlers arrived in Ayer’s Cliff in 1797. Several attractions await the visitor : century-old houses, magnificent views of Lake Massawippi, a great bandstand and its famous agricultural fair.

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The Colby-Curtis museum

The Colby-Curtis museum

535 rue Dufferin, Stanstead J0B 3E0 819-876-7322 Website

Season 2023: Open from March 16 to December 22.

On the impressive Dufferin street in Stanstead sits the Colby-Curtis museum, located in a sumptuous 19th century manor. Admirably preserved and filled with unique artefacts testifying to the affluence of the Anglo-Canadian elite, this house invites you to travel back in time.

Enjoy a traditional English tea while gazing at the Victorian garden!

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East Bolton

East Bolton

858, route Missisquoi, Bolton-Est J0E 1G0 450 292-344 Website

The municipality of Bolton-Est is a crossroads of nature and history located in the Missisquoi River valley, in the heart of the Appalachian corridor. Bolton-Est is renowned not only for the beauty of the land and quality of life, but also for its wealth of history and heritage. Proclaimed in 1797, Bolton Township is the namesake for Bolton-Est and was settled very early by Loyalists.

Since the middle of the 19th century until the second World War, the township of Bolton was subject to a gradual territorial dismemberment which give way to the township of Magog (1849), the municipality of West Bolton (1876), Eastman (1888), Austin (1938) and St-Étienne de Bolton (1939). Today, the municipality of Bolton-Est represents less than 25% or 81km2 (31mi2) of the original area of the township.

 

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Georgeville (Stanstead Township)

Georgeville (Stanstead Township)

4675, ch. de Georgeville, Georgeville J0B 1T0 819-843-2417 Website

The village of Georgeville was first known as Copp’s Ferry in honor of Moses Copp who settled there with his family in 1797. Its current name dates from 1825. Located on the eastern shore of Lake Memphremagog, it was for a long time a direct link for travelers from Montreal to Boston. Its location allows it to avoid commercial tourism while its architecture heritage is of special interest, two significant features which give Georgeville its unique charm.

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Granby

Granby

130, rue Principale, Granby J2G 2V2 450 372-7056 Email Website

Welcome to Granby! Admire its mixed French and English architecture heritage, first with the Saint-Georges Church.
With is Collegiate Gothic style architecture, this Anglican Church was built in 1908, has a 65 feets high tower and a Casavant organ inside.

One heritage tour, two experiences!
Immerse yourself in the history of Granby during a 2 km walk. Explore the remains of the city in a fun way or with the new historical formula that will delight history enthusiasts.

Feel free to enjoy many shops, restaurants and green spaces on your way too!

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Waterloo tourism office

Waterloo tourism office

5491, rue Foster, Waterloo J0E 2N0 450 539-4650 Email Website

The Town of Waterloo has many treasures for you to discover. Whether you want to walk, relax, explore or experience Waterloo, you'll be pleased. Come and ride our bike paths, explore our beautiful lake, discover our beautiful downtown core and our impressive heritage tour or visit our Railway Museum. You can even take part in one of our free events and shows downtown. Visit our merchants and discover the magic of our ambassadors. They'll give you an exceptional experience.

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Canton de Shefford

Canton de Shefford

245, chemin Picard, Shefford J2M 1J2 450 539-2258 Website

Founded in 1792 by Loyalists who fled the United States, Shefford Township has a rich history of pioneer and rural life. At the eastern limit of the Haute-Yamaska region, the old hamlet of Frost Village, named after the Frost brothers who founded it, features several beautiful specimens of local heritage. They are the last vestiges of a community that for a brief time rivaled Waterloo in size.

Today, Shefford is a semi-rural municipality. The landscape is dominated by Shefford Mountain, which offers several beautiful perspectives on the region. Part of the bike trail Estriade is also located here, to the south of the Mountain, as well as Parc écologique Jean-Paul Forand and its walking trails. The region’s 200 km of small secondary roads are great for cycling expeditions.

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Bromont

Bromont

15, boulevard de Bromont , Bromont J2L 2K4 1 877 276-6668 Email Website

Bromont’s contemporary history starts at the end of the 18th century with the arrival of Loyalists. It was then a preferred destination for Irish and French-speaking settlers, growing together in a harmonious community. The Town of Bromont was founded in 1964 and by the mid-1970s included parts of the townships of East Farnham, Brome, Granby, and Shefford, as well as the villages of West Shefford and Adamsville.

The Désourdy founding family members planned a two-pronged development: recreational tourism and high-tech industry. Bromont’s dynamic growth in the past 40 years has contributed significantly to the success of local industry, sports, culture, and tourism.

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The Rozynski Art Center

The Rozynski Art Center

2133 chemin de Way's Mills , Barnston-Ouest J0B 1C0 819 838-1657 Email Website

The Rozynski Art Center aims to promote, popularize and disseminate knowledge about ceramics and sculptural arts.

While seeking to commemorate the importance of the Eastern Townships for the development of ceramics in Quebec, and the rich artistic past of the hamlet of Way's Mills, the centre focuses its activities on research and creation for artists sculptors and contemporary ceramists.

Activities include master classes, workshops, conferences and artist residencies. A variety of activities for the general public are also offered, including various events and exhibitions taking place on 2 acres of land bordering the Niger River.

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Merry House. Magog’s Citizen Site of Memory

Merry House. Magog’s Citizen Site of Memory

708, rue Principale Ouest , Magog J1X 2B3 819 201-0727 Email Website

The Merry House is a citizen site of memory which shares the history, heritage, and archaeology of Magog and its region, from the time of the Aboriginal peoples and the American settlers, up to today.  Located by the Magog River, the Merry House is strategically positioned in the city centre. 

Many activities are offered to the visitors such as exhibitions (permanent and temporary), family introductory workshop on archeology, educational activities and various special events renewed annually. 

Also, thanks to a free mobile experience, it is possible to explore the outdoors while unveiling more photos and videos testifying of the strategic importance of our patrimonial site.  Welcome to the Merry’s!

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Richmond County Historical Society

Richmond County Historical Society

1161, route 243 , Canton de Melbourne J0B 2B0 819 826-1332 Email Website

2023 season: From June 18 to August 26, discover the indoor exhibition "Indian Day Schools in Canada: An Introduction" in collaboration with the Legacy of Hope Foundation. 

The Richmond County Historical Society Museum is located in the former rectory of St. Andrews Church and is part of a rich heritage complex. 

The Richmond County Historical Society and its museum have been at the heart of the region's social and cultural activities for decades. Witness to several centuries of development of community spirit, the museum offers activities allowing for a beautiful reunion and a golden opportunity to mingle with the people of here.

The museum offers bilingual guided tours as well as the organization of group tours.

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The Pionneer Trail

The Pionneer Trail

137, rue Michaud, Coaticook J1A 1A9 1 866 665-666 Website

At the heart of our villages or along country roads become acquainted  with 22 characters that are both colorful and inspiring. Listen to their story and learn about the striking facts of the development of
their municipality.

Downloading the tour with the BaladoDécouverte application is free.

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Sentier poétique de Saint-Venant-de-Paquette

Sentier poétique de Saint-Venant-de-Paquette

12 Chemin du Village, Saint-Venant-de-Paquette J0B 1S0 819-658-9050 Website Facebook

Fourteen sites bordered by stone sculptural works which highlight Quebec authors and their literary works. The walk lets you discover the heirlooms
of the church museum and the annual exhibition of the Art Gallery in the Sacristy.

Three kilometers with or without audio guide

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Discovery Circuits of the Coaticook Region

Discovery Circuits of the Coaticook Region

137, rue Michaud, Coaticook J1A 1A9 1 866 665-6669 Website

Discover the most beautiful itineraries through the Eastern Townships’ Coaticook region. From mountain summits to lush valleys, you’ll be  delighted by the area’s wide-open spaces, rich heritage, and historical tours.

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Circuits patrimoniaux de Coaticook

Circuits patrimoniaux de Coaticook

137, rue Michaud, Coaticook J1A 1A9 1 888 773-8888 Website

Discover Coaticook’s town through three heritage tours: the “Guide du promeneur”, the “Promenades architecturales” and “D’hier à aujourd’hui: L’industrie à Coaticook”.

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Voices from another time

Voices from another time

137, rue Michaud, Coaticook J1A 1A9 1 866 665-6669 Website

Discover Coaticook’s history and heritage as you get to know 10 of the area’s cemeteries up close! From the town’s hilltops to Lake Lyster’s shores, the tour leads you along picturesque routes, taking you back in time to the 1800s.

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Hyatt One-Room Schoolhouse

Hyatt One-Room Schoolhouse

chemin McVerty, Waterville J0B 3H0 819 346-6746 Website

One of the most significant buildings in Milby is its one-room schoolhouse. This historical monument dates back to 1822 and is the oldest surviving building from the early settlement years. Prior to serving as a school, the building was used as a house of worship and as a meeting place for notaries

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Murals tour

Murals tour

785 Rue King Ouest, Sherbrooke J1H 1R8 1 800 561-8331 Email Website

In all four corners of downtown Sherbrooke, fifteen gigantic fresco murals show off the old districts of the city to their advantage. This tour is a unique attraction that transforms the downtown area in a magnificent open air museum. The Baladodiscovery application offers an interactive tour of the fresco murals with videos, music and historical information about characters and places that shaped Sherbrooke’s history.

Information brochure available at the Tourist Information
Center. Open year-round

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La Virée des Murales avec Mary O’Malley

La Virée des Murales avec Mary O’Malley

785 Rue King Ouest, Sherbrooke J1H 1R8 819 842-4710 Email Website

Only available in French

 

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Tours of Sherbrooke : L'histoire à ciel ouvert

Tours of Sherbrooke : L'histoire à ciel ouvert

275, rue Dufferin, Sherbrooke J1H 4M5 819-821-5406 Email Website

Three independants tours of the streets of Sherbrooke’s Old-North Ward and downtown, presented by the Mhist-Musée d'histoire de Sherbrooke on BaladoDecouverte's application. In French only.

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Brompton's Heritage Route

Brompton's Heritage Route

1 Rue Wilfrid-Laurier, Sherbrooke J1C 0P3 819-846-1122 Website

Brompton's Heritage Route, near the Townships Trail, offers a unique experience to visitors and is free. As Responsive Web design, this circuit of 2.1 kilometer is adapting to the New Technologies of Information to highlight the architectural heritage and history of the community. The Maison des arts et de la culture de Brompton is the starting point of the circuit. Open year-round.

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Bury heritage tour

Bury heritage tour

569, rue Main, Bury 819 560-8414 Website

The Bury heritage tour consists of about twenty stops at memorial sites or in front of buildings chosen for their architectural appeal.

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Lime Interpretation Center

Lime Interpretation Center

191, rue Principale Est, Marbleton (Dudswell) J0B 1G0 819 560-8484, p. 2700 Email Website

Limestone exploitation has been practiced for a very long time in Dudswell.  
Although the Lime Interpretation Center had to close in 2018, the Miner's Gardens around the Lime Ridge house still remain in place and provide an opportunity to learn more about the history of lime in Dudswell.

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 Slate Podcast of Pays de l’Ardoise

Slate Podcast of Pays de l’Ardoise

5, rue Belmont, Richmond J0B 2B0 819 826-3313 Website

Discover the English district of Richmond with its picturesque streets: Dufferin, Aberdeen and College. The architectural quality of their building’s slate roofing has given the
district significant historic interest. By taking the pedestrian tour, you will witness the rich heritage and cultural diversity left by its founders.
Anecdotes and historical facts of this historical epicentre are included.

Offered free of charge as a podcast: download it or play it live on your smartphone from the Slate Museum website.

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Parc historique de la Poudrière de Windsor

Parc historique de la Poudrière de Windsor

342, rue Saint-Georges, Windsor J1S 2Z5 819 845-5284 Website

Come see, hear and above all, smell the history of black powder! In an enchanting setting, live to the rhythm of the industry that has marked the town’s history. Come visit our exhibits, theatrical guided tours and multi-sensory show. Enjoy five kilometers of pedestrian trails, musical happy hours and art galleries.

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«Petits chevaux de fer» at Coburn Park

«Petits chevaux de fer» at Coburn Park

, Richmond Website

When stopping in the Melbourne Township it is important to admire the magnificent sculpture made out of steel bands by the artist Jean-Marc Tétro. This work, which evolves and changes as the seasons change, honors the painter Frederick S. Coburn. It represents two horses surrounded by a giant frame, like painting as a background with our
typical countryside landscape.

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Danville's Heritage Tour

Danville's Heritage Tour

39 rue du Dépôt, Danville J0A 1A0 1 888 839-2911 Email Website

Take a stroll along the three heritage tours, which will reveal Danville’s exceptional charm with more than 66 buildings of heritage, historical, and cultural interest. The tours take you to buildings of neo-Queen Ann, American vernacular, mansard, neo-Italian, Second Empire, and Boomtown styles.  A pamphlet on the tours is available at the MRC des Sources tourist information office.

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 « Incomparable Potton » circuit

« Incomparable Potton » circuit

291, rue Principale, Mansonville J0E 1X0 450 292-4403 Email Website

This 50-km driving circuit will take you on a tour of the heritage gems nestled amid the backcountry. Stop by the tourist information office to pick up some brochures.

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East Bolton Heritage Tour

East Bolton Heritage Tour

858 Route Missisquoi, Bolton-Est J0E 1G0 450 292-3444 Email Website

Ten stations with descriptive plates in the Bolton-Centre and the Bolton-Sud hamlets.

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Visite guidée de Magog animée par un comédien

Visite guidée de Magog animée par un comédien

375, rue Principale Ouest, Magog J1X 2C4 819 843-2099 Email Website

Discover the downtown stories with Odilon, a shoe shiner who is not afraid to speak his mind!

Only offered in French.

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Audioguided visits of Magog

Audioguided visits of Magog

90, rue Saint-David, Magog J1X 0H9 819 843-1330 Email Website

The heritage tours cover the three oldest districts of urban Magog. Simply follow the route suggested at your own pace or amble from place to place as you choose thanks to a map indicating the numbers that correspond to commentaries recorded on the audioguide. In addition to the historical and architectural commentaries, three writers from the region, one art historian, one historian, and a former Magog textile worker all tell you their stories. The audioguides are available in English and French.

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Haskell Free Library and Opera House

Haskell Free Library and Opera House

1 Church Street, Stanstead J0B 3E2 819 876-2471 Email Website

The Haskell Free Library and Opera House is deliberately located on the border between Canada and the United States. The idea was to give the border community a shared place of cultural enrichment and learning. The stage and seating area are in separate countries.

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Centre d’interprétation de la nature du lac Boivin

Centre d’interprétation de la nature du lac Boivin

700, rue Drummond,, Granby Email Website

This conservation area invites you to discover a marsh, which is one of the most beautiful bird watching sites in the province of Quebec.
Observation tours and walking trails will please nature lovers. Five trails for a total of 22 kilometers are offered for winter cross country skiing and hiking (10 km) followers. Exhibition room and gift shop are available.


MISSION: to preserve its territory, its habitat, its fauna and its flora for
all generations

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Heritage tour «On our Founders' Trails»

Heritage tour «On our Founders' Trails»

5491 Rue Foster, Waterloo J0E 2N0 450 539-4650 Email Website

Welcome to Waterloo!

Whether you are on foot or on your bike, here’s your chance to explore more than 150 years of history.

Heritage homes, places of worship and institutions are evidence of a golden age that has often fallen by the wayside.

From the tourist information booth, you will have easy access to all documents, the Artria Open Air Museum and the Yamaska River.

Available in English on BaladoDecouverte

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Historical circuits of Granby

Historical circuits of Granby

111, rue Denison Est, Granby J2G 4C4 450 372-7056 Email Website

Take a trip back to the Granby of 1939. Use the BaladoDiscovery app to discover the entertaining and historical backstories of the many vestiges that remain today.

This one-hour tour, which departs from the Granby tourist information office, will take you to 13 places of interest along a two-kilometre route.

(in French only)

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Waterloo’s Maison de la Culture

Waterloo’s Maison de la Culture

441, rue de la Cour, Waterloo J0E 2N0 1-877-539-4764 Website

In 1913, The Freemasons purchased the Universalist church, built in 1870, and converted it to a temple. It was then abandoned during the 1970s and 1980s and acquired a new vocation in the 1990s as it became Waterloo’s Maison de la Culture, a concert hall devoted to cultural events. It is recognized as one of the most beautiful such halls in its category in Quebec. It now features an improved and air-conditioned hall.

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Musée des beaux-arts de Sherbrooke

Musée des beaux-arts de Sherbrooke

241, rue Dufferin, Sherbrooke J1H 4M3 819 821-2115 Email Website

Founded in 1982 by a group of art enthusiasts, the Musée des beaux-arts de Sherbrooke has been located since 1996 in the former headquarters of the Eastern Townships Bank, a fine 19th-century building which is part of Sherbrooke’s architectural heritage. Its downtown location places the museum at the very heart of regional cultural activities. Its program of cultural mediation and educational activities, adapted to the various communities, allows the general public to learn more about art and deepen their understanding of the art world.

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Mine’s observatory

Mine’s observatory

Boulevard St-Luc, face à la rue Panneton, Val-des-Sources Website

One of the world largest open-pit mining site is located in Val-des-Sources. Dug by more than 120 years of mining, Its 2-kilometer-diameter pit can be seen from an observatory overlooking the mine. Free access. A unique view!

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Bromont heritage circuit

Bromont heritage circuit

15, boul. de Bromont, Bromont J2L 2K4 1 877 276-6668 Email Website

Two heritage circuits wind through Bromont: one in Vieux-Bromont and the other in the heart of the Adamsville district. The circuits feature 27 interpretation panels and three murals explaining the history and architecture of the buildings. Kick your tour up a notch with a BaladoDiscovery self-guided tour.

For more information, contact the Bromont tourist information office.

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Bedford's Autoguided Heritage Tour

Bedford's Autoguided Heritage Tour

1, rue Principale,, Bedford J0J 1A0 Website

Discover the pioneers, American and British loyalists, that settled down in Bedford in 1812. Take the tour on foot or by bike!

Pamphlets available at the city hall reception.

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Sutton heritage circuits

Sutton heritage circuits

27, rue Principale Nord, Sutton J0E 2K0 1 800 565-8455 Email Website

Three self-guided heritage circuits allow you to discover a page of the Eastern Townships’ rich history. The town circuit; rural circuit and the churches and cemeteries circuit. Stop by the Sutton tourism office to get a guide for these tours.

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“Les Belles Disparues” fresco mural tour

“Les Belles Disparues” fresco mural tour

175 rue Principale, Cowansville J2K 1J4 450-263-6101 Email Website

Lost treasures: Using the idea of old post cards, the Cowansville Historical Society has promoted colour urban scenes of the town to revive the memory of now-defunct buildings. The Society and its team of mural artists created seven giant detailed and colourful pieces that celebrate the history of downtown Cowansville.

Historical plaques such as museum panels accompany each mural and guide you through 40 years of history.

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A Tour of the Border Churches of Frelighsburg

A Tour of the Border Churches of Frelighsburg

1 Place de l'Hôtel de ville, Frelighsburg J0J 1C0 450 298-5630 Email Website

Seven bell towers in two border villages: Discover the history of the churches in Frelighsburg and Saint-Armand. Pamphlet available at the Frelighsburg Tourist Office and on the village website.

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Stanstead Township  Launches a Heritage Trail

Stanstead Township Launches a Heritage Trail

778 chemin Sheldon, Stanstead J1X 3W4 Email Website

Stanstead Township Launches A Heritage Trail
Welcome to Stanstead Township, a community rich in history. Deep roots connect the people to the place which we are proud to call our home.

Start either in Fitch Bay at the Town Hall, 778 Sheldon Road or at the Carré Copp in Georgeville and follow the circuit of 23 kilometers, to go by car or by bike.

The circuit is open all year long. A map is available on at either of the two main starting points or on the municipal website.

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Walking in the footsteps of the pioneers - Sutton Circuit

Walking in the footsteps of the pioneers - Sutton Circuit

27, rue Principale Nord, Sutton J0E 2K0 Email Website

Meander along Sutton’s back roads. Admire the scenery that charmed the early settlers of the Eastern Townships. Listen to music and sounds created especially for this circuit. Each of our self-guided heritage tours is a rendezvous with the history of Sutton. Hear voices from the past including a brothel madam, First World War soldiers and founders of the village, all brought to life by expert storytellers.

One of the three circuits is presented in a new format, as a radio drama, where every stage of the circuit adds a new element to the historical intrigue. The story is based on accounts by seniors in the community

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Heritage Tour of Cowansville

Heritage Tour of Cowansville

225 rue Principale, Cowansville J2K 1J4 Website

We have created a virtual circuit to let you discover various aspects of Cowansville’s history and heritage. Lined with majestic trees, the long Main street connects both poles while revealing all the required efforts that were necessary to create today’s flourishing town.

Along this unique route, you will travel back in time through the heart of a city in full growth. You will thus discover 24 unique sites, each revealing its own history. Wishing you great discoveries!

Brochures are available at the Cowansville Tourist Office and on the website.

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Géorallye de Val-des-Sources

Géorallye de Val-des-Sources

345, boulevard Saint-Luc, Val-des-Sources J1T 2W2 Website

In french only

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Cookshire-Eaton Art Gallery

Cookshire-Eaton Art Gallery

125, rue Principale ouest , Cookshire-Eaton J0B1M0 819-578-4383 Email Website

The Cookshire-Eaton Art Gallery offers, from April to December, a program of exhibitions of works by contemporary, mid-career or established artists working in the field of visual arts, mainly in painting, sculpture and photography, on a heritage and cultural site in the Eastern Townships.

 

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Musée ferroviaire  de Waterloo

Musée ferroviaire de Waterloo

2326, rue Beaulac, Waterloo J0E 2N0 Email Website

Located in the heart of the Vélo-Parc, the Railway Museum is housed inside one of Waterloo's heritage gems, a caboose.

The exhibition tells the story of Waterloo's railway network and its builder, Asa Belknap Foster. The man nicknamed "the king of Canadian railroads" will tell you all about his epic and that of Waterloo through various explanatory panels. There's also an illustrated section for children, and a superb model of the city in the days of the train, which bridges the gap between the past and the present.

Since summer 2023, you can also listen to the story Choisir son Waterloo in podcast format, inspired by the city's amazing history. Written and narrated by Waterloo storyteller Paul Bradley, the tale is divided into three episodes. This fascinating tale takes us back to a time when Foster, Lewis and Robinson were living characters, long before these names were used to designate city streets and parks.

The Railway Museum is open Fridays, Saturdays, Sundays and holidays from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m., until Labor Day (closed in case of rain). Admission is free.

 

 

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Patrimonial circuit of the Canton de Shefford

Patrimonial circuit of the Canton de Shefford

245, chemin Picard , Shefford J2M 1J2 Website

In French only

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200 tons Haul truck

200 tons Haul truck

375, boulevard St-Luc, Val-des-Sources Website

Johns-Manville mining company ordered this 1,3 million dollars massive haul truck from the United States in the early 1970s. Given that it can’t be driven on public roads due to its exceptionnal weight and size, it was delivered in parts and assembled on site. The dump truck has been on display at the entrance to the City of Val-des-Sources since 1987 in memory of the municipality's mining history

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Sherbus

Sherbus

785, rue King Ouest, Sherbrooke J1H 1R8 819 821-1919 Website

This summer, hop aboard the Sherbus!

Departing from the Sherbrooke Tourist Information Office, board a bus for a city tour and learn about the city’s history and heritage while discovering Sherbrooke’s main attractions.

SHERBUS

$8 per adult (16 years and older, reservation required)
$5 per child (5 years and older, reservation required)

Free for children under 5 years old

Upcoming Schedule

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Rallye-Énigmes de Saint-Camille

Rallye-Énigmes de Saint-Camille

157 Rue Miquelon, Saint-Camille J0A 1G0 Website

Not available in English.

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Circuit des sheds panoramiques

Circuit des sheds panoramiques

, Cookshire-Eaton Email Website

The Circuit des sheds panoramiques is a course currently featuring more than seven sheds or pavilions, distributed across the Haut-Saint-François territory and situated in select locations to take in the region’s most beautiful scenery. Let us guide you through our region, where each shed tells a unique story, while letting you gaze at the beauty of our valleys, mountains, and rivers.

Explanations mostly in French.

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The Knowlton Circuit

The Knowlton Circuit

130, chemin Lakeside, Lac-Brome J0E 1V0 450 243-6782 Email Website

Self-guided walking tour. Free.
Step back in time and explore the magnificent built heritage of the village of Knowlton, founded in 1855. Well-preserved Victorian homes, municipal buildings, shops, schools and places of worship attest to the region’s rich past and its economic, industrial and cultural vitality.

Start your walk at the Lac-Brome Museum, continue along Lakeside Road and end on charming Victoria St. Interpretive panels illustrated with archival photos tell the story of each home and building. The route map is available at the Lac-Brome Museum and the Brome Lake Welcome Centre.

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Maison de la culture John-Henry-Pope

Maison de la culture John-Henry-Pope

25, rue Principale Est, Cookshire-Eaton J0B 1M0 1 (873) 825-7003 Email Website

The Maison de la culture John-Henry-Pope is located in the former Anglican presbytery, in the heart of the village of Cookshire-Eaton. During the summer period, it houses the tourist information office. The Maison de la culture offers a visit to the John-Henry-Pope exhibition in the St-Peters Anglican Church.

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85, avenue du Parc, Cookshire-Eaton J0B 1M0 Website

Season 2023: from June to early September  at dark, one performance per evening.

"Les murmures du canton" is a video projection animation presented on Thursdays, Fridays and Saturdays on the walls of Victoria Hall, St-Peters Church and the English School. This production of The Unknown in the Dark with the Maison de la culture John-Henry-Pope is a free artistic interpretation of the history of Eaton Township and the surrounding area. It explores the presence of the Abenakis, colonization by different populations as well as the territory.

Free activity.

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The Brome-Missisquoi Prohibition Heritage Trail

The Brome-Missisquoi Prohibition Heritage Trail

173, rue Principale, Cowansville J2K 1J3 Website

Through this audio-guided tour of  more than 130 km, discover the characters, anecdotes and the various places that marked the temperance and prohibition period throughout the border region of Brome-Missisquoi between 1848 and 1933.

On the route, you’ll be accompanied by the voice of the colourful Alfred Carpentier, a fictitious alcohol smuggler, but whose stories are indeed true.

The circuit stops at several steps of the Townships Trail: Cowansville, Lac-Brome, Sutton, Frelighsburg and Bedford.

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Les matinées découvertes

Les matinées découvertes

275 rue Dufferin, Sherbrooke J1H 4M5 819 821-5406 Email Website

Only available in French

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Randonnée urbaine

Randonnée urbaine

275 rue Dufferin, Sherbrooke J1H 4M5 Website

Only available in French

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Sur les traces du passé

Sur les traces du passé

275 rue Dufferin, Sherbrooke J1H 4M5 819 821-5406 Email Website

Only available in French

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Podcast - Local stories in Waterloo

Podcast - Local stories in Waterloo

5491 rue Foster, Waterloo J0E 2N0 Email Website

Download the Anekdote mobile audiovisual platform to discover Waterloo's heritage, cultural and tourist attractions in a fun and captivating way. Nearly fifty points of interest are listed on the Waterloo territory. In addition to highlighting the city's emblematic landmarks, the app also lists local businesses with a bit of their history.

The app guides you through your visit with an interactive map, and is triggered each time you approach a point of interest to tell you the stories that have shaped Waterloo. With Anekdote on your cell phone, it's like walking with a local guide.

To download the free application: www.anekdote.ca

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32, rue Principale Sud, Sutton J0E 2K0 (579) 534-8222 Email Website Facebook Instagram

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Laiterie de Coaticook ltee

Laiterie de Coaticook ltee

1000, rue Child, Coaticook J1A 2S5 819 849-2272 Website

Laiterie de Coaticook Ltée is one of the largest ice cream manufacturers in Quebec. We offer various products made from milk and cream: ice cream, ice cream log, ice milk, cheese. Discover our delights

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Fromagerie la Station

Fromagerie la Station

440, chemin Hatley, Comtpon J0B 1L0 819 835-5301 Email Website

The fruit of the work of four generations of determined farmers, la Station de Compton fine cheese makers springs from the very heart of the generous countryside in the small town of Compton in the Eastern Townships region of Quebec. Here you will find farm cheeses made of raw milk from cows raised in an organic farming environment.

The cheese makers’ shop is open to the public.
See you there !

The La Station cheese makers’ team

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Musée du Chocolat de la Confiserie Bromont

Musée du Chocolat de la Confiserie Bromont

679, rue Shefford, Bromont J2L 2K5 450-534-3893 Website

The Musée du chocolat de la Confiserie Bromont invites you to discover its unique country-style terrace, breakfasts and delicious meals, vast choice of desserts, fine chocolates made on the spot. Its gourmet shop offers a wide selection of chocolates and European delicacies. Visit our chocolate museum!

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Verger le Gros Pierre

Verger le Gros Pierre

6335, rte Louis-S.-St-Laurent, Compton J0B 1L0 819 835-5549 Website


With its 8,000 apple trees, Le Gros Pierre processes, packages and educates the public about apples. Picking, tractor rides and juice extraction. Creperie and heated patio.
12 varieties of apples, fresh pressed juice, pies and other delights. Cider. Many local products, cheeses and maple products. Restaurant and heated patio.
Every day from early August to late October, 9:00 a.m. to 6:00 pm.

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La Desserte

La Desserte

224 Rue du Collège S, Richmond J0B 2H0 819-826-1862 Website

La Desserte operates a Restaurant - Pastry - Bakery in a century-old house located in the heritage district of Richmond, with a unique architectural character and multiple slate roofs. We offer market cuisine in the form of a Bistro Menu, changing on a regular basis according to local availability. Sourdough and traditional breads as well as a wide variety of old-fashioned desserts and pastries await you.

Just a reminder, the weekend breakfasts at La Desserte are a must in Richmond.

 

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680 Rue Dufferin, Stanstead J0B 3E0 819 876-7272 Email Website

Our “Café de Village” (bakery, local grocery, homemade meals...). The travelers shared: living room, fully equipped kitchen, terrace, BBQ, toilet and shower and washer-dryer. 2 rooms have a private toilet. Breakfast, lunch box and caterer available. 

 

Our Café-Bistro has an offer in counters and menus of the day, simple and gourmet (homemade with love by maximizing local products). For breakfast, for lunch, no matter the time of day. To eat in or to take away. The walls of the Café-Bistro are embellished with works by artists. Children's corner and picnic area.

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312, chemin de la rivière, North Hatley J0B 2C0 819 842-4530 Email Website

Our Café-Bistro staff offers complete breakfast and lunch with a diverse menu to eat in or to take away. As we have an alcohol license, we offer beers from micro-breweries and wines from the region.

We also offer a wide variety of desserts and delicious fine chocolates made locally.

Several other local products are presented in our Boutique adjacent to the Bistro. 

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353 Saint-Patrice Rue O, Magog J1X 1W7 819-571-4527 Email Website

You will be dazzled by the culinary delights of the Chef for your gourmet breakfast and don't forget to ask about our evenings meals (offer only for our guests, some restrictions apply).

As time goes by, it's an experience to remember... 

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Auberge la Chocolatière

Auberge la Chocolatière

312, chemin de la rivière, North Hatley J0B 2C0 819 842-4530 Email Website

A charming Victorian style house built in 1904…for the enjoyment of everybody who comes to visit! Every square foot is made for joy, tranquillity and relaxation

Sleep in a century old house with yesterday’s charm, and today’s comfort. Choose from our 12 rooms to find the one best for you!

Our Café-Bistro staff offers complete breakfast and lunch with a diverse menu to eat in or to take away. As we have an alcohol license, we offer beers from micro-breweries and wines from the region.

We also offer a wide variety of desserts and delicious fine chocolates made locally.

Several other local products are presented in our Boutique adjacent to the Bistro. 

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Au Diable Vert

Au Diable Vert

169 rue Staines, Glen Sutton J0E 2K0 450 538-5639 Website

We offer a wide variety of comfortable accommodations to suit all tastes. Guests can choose from one of our three luxury mountain view suites or one of our 31 four-season rustic cabins, including many perched high in the trees or stretching out over rocky cliffs. Our ability to offer something for every taste and budget is another reason for our success.

19km of private hiking trails with log bridges and interpretation panels. Snowshoe and Hok ski trails and rentals. Kayak excursions, paddleboard and tube rentals. Dogs welcome!

Another interesting activity the VeloVolant, is a pedal-propelled canopy cable ride that slowly allows visitors to glimpse forest life from above. A Canadian first, and only the third in the world!

Visit the ObservÉtoiles outdoor planetarium with augmented reality, the first in the World of its kind, situated in the middle of the Au Diable Vert Dark Sky Preserve. Young and old will be impressed with this new way of looking at the stars.

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À la maison Campbell B&B

À la maison Campbell B&B

68, rue Bellevue, Magog J1X 3H2 1-888-843-7707 Email Website

Welcome to one of the most beautiful century-old homes in the region. The Campbell house was originally built in 1907 for Magog dentist Dr. Adams and his large family. Today, the Campbell B&B features five cosy rooms, each with a private bathroom. Previously owner of L'Abri'cot B&B in Knowlton, Danielle accommodates all types of diets. Creativity and recycling old furniture are also part of this home. Check it out, you’ll see!

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Manoir Maplewood

Manoir Maplewood

26 rue Clark, Waterloo J0E 2N0 450-920-1500 Email Website

In 1864 the Senator A.B. Foster’s family had this manor built and designed by the famous architect Sir John William Hopkins. All the specifics of a typical French manor can be found, front gate, library, chapel, a spacious living room, stables with a coach gate, large courtyard and a gazebo looking out on the property

Today, Manoir Maplewood combines the comfort and refinement of a hotel and the intimate and cosy atmosphere of a guest house.

Ten rooms and suites, tasty cuisine, gourmet breakfast, conference room and health centre are offered to our guests for an authentic and personalized experience…

«Crossing the threshold of ‘maplewood Manor is to witness an exceptional place with its own unique charm.»

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L'auberge Le Sunshine

L'auberge Le Sunshine

680 Rue Dufferin, Stanstead J0B 3E0 819 876-7272 Email Website

Friendly place in the border region! Stanstead stands out for its unique history, its architectural buildings and its landscapes.

 

Our 4 rooms (or complete apartment for group) is located above 

our “Café de Village” (bakery, local grocery, homemade meals...). The travelers shared: living room, fully equipped kitchen, terrace, BBQ, toilet and shower and washer-dryer. 2 rooms have a private toilet. Breakfast, lunch box and caterer available. 

 

Our Café-Bistro has an offer in counters and menus of the day, simple and gourmet (homemade with love by maximizing local products). For breakfast, for lunch, no matter the time of day. To eat in or to take away. The walls of the Café-Bistro are embellished with works by artists. Children's corner and picnic area.

 

Nearby: Parc du Cercle de Pierre, bike paths (La Tomifobia, Newport Bike Path cross-border trail…), free access to lakes, hiking, biking, skiing, snowshoeing, several mountains around 1 hour drive (Orford, Sutton, Bromont, Owl's Head, Pinnacle, Jay Peak (US), etc.), Foresta Lumina, and much more.

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La Raveaudiere

La Raveaudiere

11 Chemin Hatley Ctre, North Hatley J0B 2C0 819 842-2554 Email Website

La Raveaudiere is one of the prestigious properties in North Hatley located across from the North Hatley golf course and close to the heart of the village and Lake Massawippi. La Raveaudière is the perfect place for enjoyable moments in an ancestral house, with two a 2-acre yard, offering relaxation and delight. 

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La Maison de Ville - Bed & Bistro

La Maison de Ville - Bed & Bistro

353 Saint-Patrice Rue O, Magog J1X 1W7 819-571-4527 Email Website

Located in a century-old heritage home, this welcoming B&B is within walking distance of downtown Magog. 

Simon, proud owner of this B&B since 2005, was able to recreate a setting where refinement and coziness are conductive to relaxation.

To make your stay more enjoyable, five comfortable bedrooms with private bathrooms are now available.   


You will be dazzled by the culinary delights of the Chef for your gourmet breakfast and don't forget to ask about our evenings meals (offer only for our guests, some restrictions apply).

As time goes by, it's an experience to remember... 

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Auberge Le Tricorne

Auberge Le Tricorne

50, Chemin Gosselin, Canton de Hatley J0B 2C0 819 842-4522 Email Website

Auberge Le Tricorne is a small country inn located on a hill overlooking the beautiful village of North Hatley and Lake Massawippi in the Eastern Townships. The new tight-knit team welcomes you in a peaceful and natural environment, while preserving the quality of welcome and service that have made the inn famous for more than 30 years.
Looking forward to welcoming you! 

With its "bed and breakfast" formula, Auberge Le Tricorne is the ideal starting point for your escapades in the Magog, Orford, Sherbrooke and North Hatley regions.  romantic getaway or to take advantage of local events, agrotourism and outdoor activities offered in the region, you will love its typically Anglo-Saxon charm.

English High Tea service
High Tea will be served in the gardens of our inn. Savory and sweet bites, fresh delicacies and a selection of teas, all in the greatest English tradition.

Reservation required

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