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What to do or see in Brome-Missisquoi
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Heritage circuits

Traveling along Brome-Missisquoi’s heritage circuits is a great way to discover the region’s unique heritage, at your leisure. Here is a list of circuits that are offered.

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Chemin des Cantons (Townships Trail)

American and British-influenced heritage is a distinctive feature of the Eastern Townships’ region. This is the theme as the Townships Trail invites you to retrace the wave of first settlers of Americans, Loyalists, Scots and Irish who put down roots at the end of the 18th century and during the 19th century.
For more details:
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A heritage circuit that lets you discover an array of historical and architectural treasures in the heart of the village of Bromont.
For more details:
Bureau d’accueil touristique de Bromont (tourist information)
15 boulevard de Bromont, Bromont
450 534-2006 / 1 877 276-6668
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The town of Sutton has three self-guided heritage circuits for visitors; the town circuit; rural circuit and the churches and cemeteries circuit.
Info and brochures:
Bureau d’information touristique de Sutton (tourist information)
24 A Principale Sud, Sutton
450 538-8455 / 1 800 565-8455
Photo : Michel Racicot


23 panels spread over 5.5 kms allow you to discover the history of Brome-Missisquoi’s largest municipality, whose history dates back to 1798. The panels provide an historical and architectural interpretation. If you’re on foot, you’ll need to set aside about an hour and 45 minutes to do the circuit. The circuit can also be done on bike or by car. Circuit brochures are available at the Bruck Museum.
Culture, heritage and tourism service
Bruck Museum
225 Principale, Cowansville
450 263-6101
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The heritage circuit in Farnham is comprised of a number of panels and interpretation stations. For further information you can check online on the website of the town of Farnham.
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Discover the pioneers, American and British loyalists who settled in Bedford in 1812. The circuit can de done on foot or by bike.
Info and brochures:
Corporation de développement de Bedford et région
(development Corporation)
1 Principale, 2nd floor (Town Hall building), Bedford
Open Monday to Friday from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m.
Telephone: 450 248-0440
Photo : Jean-François Bergeron


Two circuits are available for people to discover the heritage of the town of Frelighsburg. There is the Tour of the Border Churches in which you can see the seven church steeples of two villages that straddle the U.S. border and the Cemeteries Circuit that enables you to visit 11 different graveyards over a distance of 32 kms.
Info and brochure:
Bureau d'information touristique de Frelighsburg (information station)
1 place de l’Hôtel de Ville, Frelighsburg
450 298-5630
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Brome Lake

A self-guided circuit where you can be immersed in the heritage of the Town of Brome Lake, which is regarded as one of the prettiest municipalities in Québec.
Info and brochure:
Brome Lake tourist information station
696 Lakeside, Brome Lake
450 243-1221
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This self-guided circuit allows you to discover 12 points of interest of Saint-Armand’s built heritage. The self-guiding is available on smart phones via the Balado Découverte app. You can also find the circuit on this website.