Sherbrooke's historic train depot houses this atmospheric microbrewery with nearly a dozen beers on tap, including Siboire's own IPA, wheat beer, oatmeal stout, Irish red ale and seasonal maple scotch ale. High ceil…
If you're interested in scholarly pursuits, head 5km south (or catch bus 2 or 11) to Lennoxville to see the Anglican Bishop's University, founded in 1843 and modeled after Oxford and Cambridge in England. The campus…
If you need a break from Canadian/Québécois cuisine, hit up Au Coin du Vietnam, which dishes out excellent, fresh Southeast Asian fare – steamed rice, grilled pork, curry chicken, crispy noodles and plump prawns.
South of all the sights, Rivière Magog flows into the pretty Lac des Nations, which is surrounded by a scenic paved trail perfect for walking, in-line skating and cycling (rentals available).
This center offers an engaging introduction to the town's history and includes exhibitions on the odd Loyalist-Francophone identity of the Eastern Townships region.
This museum has a good permanent collection featuring works by regional artists; it also stages temporary exhibitions.
Quietly overlooking the action from its hilltop perch is the Cathédrale St-Michel, a monumental granite edifice.