Fasten your seatbelt and follow the road to
Also referred to as The Centro, this place is full of
activities. Find museums to visit, shows to attend, original public
areas, murals, urban art, restaurants, terraces and musical
entertainment. Sherbrooke is a treasure to discover all summer long.
Interested in discovering the heart of the
Eastern Townships? Take advantage of the Passeports Attraits offering up to 40% off. There are also package deals
for participating Sherbrooke hotels offering 15% off.
Can't make it to the ocean this summer?
Not to worry! Sherbrooke invites you to escape to Wellington-sur-Mer,
a wonderful beach-inspired destination! To offer visitors and locals
pleasant spaces in the heart of the city during the summer, the
Wellington North district has been completely redesigned with the
addition of pop-up terraces. Bring your drinks, sit at one of the
many tables and enjoy a good take-out meal from one of the nearby
Ventre-ville is a brand new
off-the-wall tour/show in the city where fifteen colorful characters
take you on foot to discover the legends, food and monuments of
downtown Sherbrooke as well as sites where unlawful occurrences took
place. From a tasting of hops at the edge of a crime scene from
another time to a Greek choir slamming in a section under
construction, you will see that Wellington Street has always been
populated by an eclectic bunch. Showings are at 4 p.m. Thursday to
Saturday from July 8 to August 28.
The murals are among Sherbrooke's star
attractions. These giant works of art are spread around the
downtown, making it like an outdoor art gallery. In total, there are
18 murals, each one telling a part of the history of Sherbrooke in
its own way. Families, couples and groups of friends will all love
discovering the murals on a stroll through the city. Here
are five ways to enter the wonderful world of urban art in Sherbrooke.