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Musée des communications et d'histoire de Sutton

The 2021 temporary exhibition focuses on the great singer and actress Monique Leyrac, who chose to live in Sutton the last decades of her life, particularly for the beauty of the landscapes. The Musée des communications et d’histoire de Sutton presents permanent exhibitions on the history of communications and Sutton, as well as on the great Jehane Benoît, culinary author and speaker. Miniconcerts are also regularly presented in the temporary exhibition hall, featuring the famous Bösendorfer piano which belonged to Miklós Takács, founder of the UQAM Choir, who also lived in Sutton. See our website for more information.

Because of the situation, different establishments have had to close temporarily, or modify their operating hours. We suggest you contact them before leaving home.
Tourism Eastern Townships

Address
32, rue Principale Sud, Sutton Quebec J0E 2K0

Phone
514-891-9560

Email
info@museedesutton.com

Visit the website
Services
  • Free access to Wi-Fi
Schedule
  • Seasonal
  • Schedule : June 19 to October 11
Rates
  • Entrance : with fee
  • Group rates available
Awards and mentions
  • Awards and/or Mentions : Best of the Brome-Missisquoi Chamber of Commerce 2018 for the temporary exhibition dedicated to the composer François Dompierre and for the new reception in tribute to the great Jehane Benoît, culinary author and speaker.

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