Exhibitions

Permanent Exhibitions, Andrée-Désilets room

Sherbrooke, a place to call home
Sherbrooke, a place to call home

The history of Sherbrooke has been woven from diverse origins. The area was part of the travelling grounds of the Amerindians before the city itself was founded by Americans, developed by the British, built by the Irish and French-Canadians, enriched by Jews, Syrians, Italians, then by others from the four corners of the world.


Temporary Exhibition, American-Biltrite room

Snowflakes, laughter and Santa Claus
Snowflakes, laughter and Santa Claus

Need a little help to find your Christmas spirit? The exhibition Snowflakes, laughter and Santa Claus, is the ideal activity!


Frontenac Power Plant Exhibition

The Electric City
The Electric City

PLEASE NOTE THAT THE FRONTENAC POWER STATION IS CLOSED TO VISITORS FOR AN UNDEFINITE PERIOD.

In the heart of the Magog River Gorge, proudly sits the Frontenac Power Station, Quebec’s oldest hydroelectricity facility still operational. Visit the interactive exhibit titled The Electric City; a journey through time and history to discover how electricity came to Sherbrooke and understand how a power station functions.



Appui à la sauvegarde et la revitalisation de la vieille prison de Sherbrooke
(Prison Winter)
La Collection numérisée
Le Confluent