Road Trip à la Française,
For culture lovers
Want to head out and discover the Halte des Pèlerins vineyard and taste their wines, a stroll to admire an open-air art gallery and a visit to Sherbrooke's Musée des beaux-art? This road trip is inspired by the Heart of the Township’s French flair. And to end everything on a high note, head out for a night at Place Nikitotek and enjoy one of the French language’s greatest shows originally produced by Michel Berger and Luc Plamondon: Québec Issime Sings Starmania.
Québec Issime Sings Starmania
The show Québec Issime Sings Starmania is a homage to the rock opera by Luc Plamondon and Michel Berger. It is a grand concert version that brings back the classics from this cult work: Monopolis, Quand on arrive en ville, La complainte de la serveuse automate, La chanson de Ziggy, Le blues du Businessman, Les adieux d’un sex-symbol, Les uns contre les autres, Ce soir on danse à Naziland and Le monde est stone. This is the final year for the show, so don’t miss out!
La Halte des Pèlerins Vineyard
Just five minutes from downtown, the Halte des Pèlerins vineyard is the first urban vineyard in Quebec. It is also the first to target families! In this warm setting, visitors are guided by passionate wine producers who reveal the secrets about their wine and the site’s history. The vineyard also offers a range of wines to taste that will meet any taste, as well as mouth-watering food and wine pairings.Learn more
Musée des Beaux-Arts de Sherbrooke
The Musée des Beaux-Arts de Sherbrooke is located in a majestic setting – the former head office of the Eastern Township Bank which is a building from the 19th century. The Museum has three exhibit halls. Two are reserved for temporary exhibits and one for the permanent exhibit Espaces et Paysages. The Museum specialises in works produced by Eastern Townships artists and those inspired by the region. The first Saturday of every month, a guided tour is offered to discover the temporary exhibits. An excellent opportunity to introduce your children to art and culture!Learn more
Museum of Nature and Sciences
The Museum of Nature and Sciences, located in the former Julius-Kayser silk sock factory, overlooks the Magog River gorge. This is a beautiful public space in the heart of downtown. With a mission to conserve and promote natural sciences, it develops original and instructive exhibits. Visit Alter Anima, a permanent exhibit, or enjoy Terra Mutantès, an interactive and multisensory experience.Learn more
Over the past several years, Sherbrooke has become an open-air art gallery. You can discover unique murals in different ways. There are fun and interactive activities. The first mural decorating the streets of downtown was completed 15 years ago. Over time the number has grown, and the tour unique in its kind. There are two options: a half-circuit that includes 10 murals, and the full 17 mural circuit.Learn more
The Sherbrooke History Museum
Everyone looks forward to a vacation! Travel preparation hasn't always been as simple as looking things up on the internet. It was a much longer, complicated process. The Sherbrooke History Museum wants to open up travel diaries from years gone by to help you discover vacations by train, boat, car and plane throughout history. The exhibit Passeport pour les vacances will show you how different vacation travel was in the past! You can also explore Sherbrooke's history at the same time. The Société's permanent exhibit exposes the city's past, from its origins to today.Learn more
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Situated at the junction of Sherbrooke’s highways and main streets, Hotel le Président offers proximity to every services and attractions the city has to offer.
This urban resort hotel located in the heart of Sherbrooke invites you to live a unique sensory experience.
Sports aficionados will absolutely love the various outdoor activities close-by.
Enjoy a stay in a hotel that offers all the comfort you are looking for, at the best value for money.
In crossing the threshold, hospitality and charm pervade: a few steps, a warm smile and the magic of the Auberge Marquis de Montcalm is at work under silky, sunny skies.
L'Île de Garde is a historic property built in 1875 in downtown Sherbrooke, entirely restaured by its actual owners.
Perfect for nature and relaxation lovers, this enchanting site of more than ten acres will transport you, in a few minutes, far away from the buzz of the city.
The Delta Sherbrooke Hotel and Conference Centre, one of the most appreciated accommodations of the Eastern Townships, offers an unforgettable stay near Sherbrooke’s many activities and attractions.