The new permanent exhibition features a series of activities designed to depict the city’s evolution across the decades by portraying the lives of Sherbrooke residents from yesteryear to today.
The From mill to factory activity educates students on the fundamental role of the Magog River in the creation and industrial development of the city.
Along the trails of the Magog River Gorge, discover the relatively unknown history, culture, and lifestyle of the Abenaki by becoming part of a tribe.
This activity provides students with an overview of holiday traditions, some of which have now disappeared or have been transformed over time.
Discover the history of the current City Hall building, the development of Strathcona Square, and the evolution of governance in municipal politics.