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  • Artazo Gallery
    The ArtAzo Gallery was founded in 1997 by five artists from the Eastern Townships.
  • Murals Tour
    In downtown Sherbrooke, the 14 immense frescoes bring to light the rich heritage of the urban landscape of the city’s old neighborhoods.
  • St.Mark's Chapel
    St. Mark’s Chapel, built in 1857 and located on the site of Bishop’s University at 2600 College Street, Lennoxville borough, is classified as a heritage building of Quebec.
  • La Petite épopée
    With her humour and outspokenness, Mary O’Malley will guide you through the city of Sherbrooke.
  • Centrale Frontenac
    Visit “La ville électrique” (The Electric City); a journey through time and history to discover how electricity came to Sherbrooke and understand how a power station functions.
  • Galaxy Cinemas
    Cinéma Galaxy is a 12 screens movie theatre in the borough of Rock-Forest in Sherbrooke.
  • Uplands Cultural and Heritage Centre
    A Neo-Georgian residence surrounded by lovely gardens; Uplands Cultural and Heritage Centre houses historical and contemporary exhibits, workshops, concerts and even the afternoon tea in the purest of British tradition.
  • Maison du cinéma
    The largest cinema multiplex in the Eastern Townships, La Maison du Cinéma proudly sits in Sherbrooke's city centre.
  • Sacred heart of Beauvoir Sanctuary
    The Sacred Heart’s Shrine of Beauvoir is a pilgrimage site dedicated to the Sacred Heart. It offers unique panoramic views on the city of Sherbrooke.
  • Musée des Beaux-Arts de Sherbrooke
    The Musée des beaux-arts de Sherbrooke has three galleries: one devoted to its important permanent collection, and two others reserved for temporary exhibitions.
  • Pierre-Gobeil Cultural Centre
    The Rock-Forest-Saint-Élie-Deauville Arts and Culture Committee’s mission is to ensure the diffusion, promotion and popularization of culture under its many shapes.
  • Townships Trail
    Discover Sherbrooke differently through the Townships Trail. A journey through time and history along the streets of downtown Sherbrooke and the borough of Lennoville.
  • Théâtre Granada
    In the heart of downtown Sherbrooke, the Granada Theatre is a multifunctional theatre with a unique character…
  • Centennial Theatre
    Within the Eastern Townships, Centennial Theatre provides a cultural forum for dance, music, drama, and education.
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