As you wander through Sutton, you can’t help but be seduced by its magnificent setting against the backdrop of the Sutton mountains. The village is a veritable feast for the eyes and a treat for the senses. Its captivating charm is evident in the little cafés, the microbreweries, the attractive boutiques, the restaurants…and the art, surrounding you at every turn. Above all is Sutton’s tight knit community, whose welcoming spirit makes visitors feel right at home!
Start your visit by the Sutton Tourism Office, where you'll be warmly welcome and given all the informations you need to make the most of the area.
Go back in time
When you follow the heritage circuits in this Cœur villageois, you’ll be transported back in time, especially in the Parc de Braves and the Grace Anglican Church cemetery.
Culture combined with nature
Discover the Parc d’Arts et de rêves, on Main Street, and also all the beautiful art galeries along the street. You’ll also find several artists and craftspeople at places such as Mont Tricot, and Ariane Marois joaillère, whose creations are hard to resist!
Tantalize your taste buds!
The Café de village Le Cafetier, the grocery store La Rumeur affamée, Chez Matis traiteur (whose tarte tatin is reason enough to visit Sutton!), Sutton Brouërie and À l’Abordage (the latter two are microbreweries with restaurants) –just some of the culinary establishments that are sure to tantalize your taste buds!
An Outdoor Playground Paradise
Sutton offers many playgrounds for nature and outdoor adventure amateurs. Some examples? The Parc d’environnerment naturel de Sutton (PENS) and its numerous hiking trails. Plein air Sutton and all its mountain biking and hiking possibilities. Au Diable vert with its vast offer, including hiking, vélo volant—canopy cycling—and its unique Observétoiles—dark sky preserve… Gravel bike enthusiasts will certainly appreciate La Traverse des Townships circuit, linking Sutton to Brome Lake. Here, you’ll be able to both spend and recharge your energy!