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Les Amis du Patrimoine de Saint-Venant-de-Paquette
A small village in the countryside, far from urban centers and a few steps from the American border, St-Venant-de-Paquette has everything you need to charm. In addition to the Poetic Trail initiated by Richard Séguin, you can visit the Museum-Church, ...
 
Merry House
The Merry House is a citizen site of memory that presents Magog’s history and that of the region from the time of the Aboriginal peoples and the American settlers, up to today. Discover the oldest house in urban Magog and its amazing exterior site through ...
 
Louis S. St. Laurent National Historic Site
Situé à Compton dans les Cantons-de-l'Est, à 20 kilomètres de Sherbrooke, le lieu historique national Louis-S.-St-Laurent rappelle la vie et l'œuvre de cet ancien premier ministre. Découvrez son milieu natal et la vie rurale au tournant du XXe siècle ...
 
Cercle de pierres à Stanstead
Located in the heart of the Town of Stanstead, the Stone Circle Park is a peaceful site adorned with local granite stones. Open to the public daily.
 
La Grange ronde de Mansonville
The Mansonville round barn, located in the heart of the village, is a heritage jewel. It piques the curiosity of visitors because there are only seven of them left in the Eastern Townships, all built between 1901 and 1915. After more than a year of renovations ...
 
Société historique du comté de Brome
Today, the BCHS owns and maintains a number of heritage buildings which comprise the Lac-Brome Museum. It welcomes individuals, families and groups. Extensive Archives delight history buffs and impress the most serious scholars, and our Museum educates ...
 
Windsor Powder Magazine Historical Park
Founded in 1864 in the wake of the Civil War, the Windsor powder mill--located in the Eastern Townships--is the oldest black powder factory in Quebec. Of the 56 buildings that were, you can still see some remnants along five kilometres (three miles) of ...
 
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