En plus de l’exposition de Noël qui revient entre novembre et janvier, deux expositions temporaires sont offertes durant l’année scolaire 2019-2020.
The Frontenac Power Station stands in the heart of the Magog River Gorge. It is the oldest hydro-electric plant still operating in Quebec. The interactive exhibition Electric City has been housed there since July 2010.
Discover the heart of Sherbrooke’s evolution and observe the main transformations over the centuries by comparing the current geography to our archives.
Survey one of Sherbrooke’s oldest streets and discover several aspects of the city’s development, including the evolution of its municipal politics. The council chambers at City Hall will be open to you, and you’ll have the opportunity to form a brief new city council!
Vous souhaitez voir l’exposition permanente et les expositions temporaires?
Type of visit : Guided tour
Duration : 60 to 120 minutes
Cost : 3,50 $ per student, min. 15 students or 52,50 $
Availability : Year round
Departure from : Société d’histoire de Sherbrooke
Themes : Cultural diversity, local history, social history
- The permanent exhibition Sherbrooke, a place to call home
Is a special encounter with the people who built Sherbrooke over more than two centuries. Students must organize a rally to discover the exhibition hall and its contents.
- The temporary exhibitions
Are presented each year. For information on the current program, contact us or see the temporary exhibition section of our Web site.