Lac-Brome, Cœur Villageois of the Eastern Townships

With the natural beauty of its location, history and architectural heritage, its culture, and quality of life, Lac-Brome is entering a new revitalizing era for its downtown.
Enter into the unique experience of an invigorating encounter with the local community in the heart of a unique environment.
A magnificent site: Mill Pond, the waterfall, river and the overall natural environment of Lac-Brome make its Cœur Villageois a site of great natural beauty. The heritage built over the last two centuries integrates harmoniously with the landscape and adds to its beauty.
An original historical dimension: the locational layout and the various architectural styles of the buildings illustrate the history of an original community with different cultures than the rest of Québec. Lac-Brome’s Cœur Villageois offers a rare look at the adventures of the Loyalist experience in Québec.
A rich cultural offer: the museum, Lac-Brome Theater, the oldest English rural library in Quebec, as well as numerous literary events and reputed festivals such as Lac-Brome Foodie Duck Festival make Lac-Brome’s Cœur Villageois a lively and dynamic place. The local cultural scene reflects the considerable integration of the two linguistic communities and the bond forged between the country’s two founding cultures.
A generous nature: the Douglass beach with the walking paths that leave the village and arrive at a unique location offering privileged access to the fabulous Brome lake are all part of the Lac-Brome experience.
An enviable quality of life: one would love to live here… for its calm, beauty, restaurants, shops and antique dealers and the neighbourly friendliness!