Visiting our town? Here are great tips to help you enjoy Brome Lake!
Take a close look at one of the only surviving Fokker D.VII
An authentic World War I biplane at the Brome County Historical Society museum.
Step back in time
By running a few errands at the general store
Tour Brome Lake on foot, bike or paddleboat!
Picnic on the riverside at Davis beach.
To tropical with a cocktail at the Tiki bar the only bar located directly on the lake.
Kayak across the lake
Relax with a good book in the Library’s park.
Learn about the unusual history of the West-Brome Round Barn
Savour delectable duck confit at one of the region’s country-style dining rooms.
Admire the sunset from the region’s most stunning lookout, at Tiffany Park
Chech out the magnificent « 19th hole » at Golf Inverness a scottish-inspired mansion dating back to 1915.
Practise your forehand stroke at Lion’s Park where the tennis courts are free and open to everyone.
Indulge in a relaxing weekend at the Spa in one of the area’s grand inns.
Enjoy wines produced in the idyllic vineyards of the renowned domaine Les Brome
Speark « franglais » with the area’s bilingual residents and business people
Brownse the picturesque boutiques in downtown Knowlton
Treat yourself to the sweet strains of music at a free concert in the Coldbrook Park gazebo.
Sit back and enjoy Dr. Jerkyll & Mr. Hyde a classic of english literature, at Theatre Lac Brome.
Discover passionate artists at the Rencontre des arts contemporains 2011
Take a sneak peek into the creative universe of the artists who open their workshop for the "Tour des Arts".
Swim in the Calls Mills Park swinning hole the best-kept secret!
Stroke the hundred-year-old bark of one of the oldest white pines in North America on the Calls Mills Park trails.
Stroll along the pathways through coldbrook park connecting the residential areas and the beaches.
Let the sound of the waterfall lull you into a reverie, right in the middle of knowlton.
Work on your handicap on the lush, green course of golf lac-brome.
Set off on an adventure in any season at the quilliams-durrell wildlife reserve
Admire the eclectic collection of colonial, gothic, second empire, arts & craft, queen anne and federal Victorian-era architecture along the Knowlton Historic Route.
Immserse yourself in everything green with the project Ecosphere activits
Get a VIP reception in some of the region’s spectacular homes during the Knowlton House and Garden tour.
Meet local writers and wordsmiths at the Knowlton Wordfest an intimate and enriching literacy celebration.
Score a ticket to a standing-room only classical music concert from the Orford arts centre!
Inhale the heady perfume of Quebec’s newest lavender farm
Take a moment to refresh and revew with an excellent Brome Beaux-Arts chamber music concert in the old church in the hamlet of West-Brome. (free performances)
Celebrate nature through music, dance and arts at the Celtic Harmonies International Festival.
Nab a new-to-you treasure in one of the many local second-hand markets
Experience the magic of Christmas in 3d at the Knowlton Festival of Lights
Lace up your skates for a turn around the illuminated rink in Coldbrook Park.
Get out your cownbow hat and celebrate the Brome Fair an agricultural fair that has been attracting cowpokes and gentlefolk since 1856 !
Taste the product that established the international reputation of Brome Lake during the Duck Festival
Get in the creative action on Culture Days