Sherbrooke is the seventh most important city in the province, Sherbrooke is divided into six districts: Brompton, Fleurimont, Lennoxville, Mont-Bellevue, Rock-Forest – Sainte-Élie – Deauville and Jacques-Cartier. In the heart of the city, along the main streets, you will find the city hall, the Musée des Beaux-Arts, the Historical Society, Cathédrale St-Michel, its Episcopal palace and the Sainte-Famille convent.
In summer, stop in Old Sherbrooke at the Carl-Camirand Municipal Greenhouses, located right next to the Domaine-Howard. To visit all the attractions of the city, you can either take the pedestrian circuit or the car circuit. Downtown, the Passerelle de la Frayère, the terraces from the Frontenac Esplanade and the Place des Moulins are all places you will want to visit. In the district of Lennoxville, Bishop's University has an architectural style that reminds of the Oxford and Cambridge Universities in England. It's in this diversity that the neogothic St. Mark's chapel, out in the historical register, can be found. For cycling enthusiasts, the 75 mile-long cycling network of the Grandes-Fourches offers beautiful scenery. In winter, the Mont-Bellevue Park is an invitation to skiing and sliding. If you prefer cultural activities, the Réseau du patrimoine et muséologie de Sherbrooke owns the Musée des Beaux-arts, the Musée de la nature et des sciences, the Bibliothèque municipale Éva-Senécal, the art gallery of Sherbrooke University and that of Bishop's University. In summer, free concerts are presented outside in Place de la Cité, in Strathcona Square, at the Frontenac esplanade and at Place des Moulins.