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The village of Stanbridge East has succeeded in preserving its original Loyalist architecture. The presence of the Anglican Church (1860), the United Church (1844), and the neoclassical former school are tangible signs of its past. The Missisquoi Museum injects life into the milieu, presenting exhibitions in the Cornell Mill (1830) and Hodge's General Store. The museum also welcomes visitors to the Walbridge Barn, an exceptional 12-sided, round barn renovated in 2012, and located in the charming hamlet of Mystic, 10 km from Stanbridge East. This step back in time is a must for history enthusiasts, where they will find the Auberge l’Œuf and its homemade chocolate, which has been produced for 40 years. The annual apple pie festival, which has been held in September for more than 30 years, is as delicious an event as you’d hope. By extending your journey a few extra kilometres, you’ll find the municipality of Saint-Ignace-de-Stanbridge, featuring a maple interpretation centre.