This region offers visitors a variety of gourmet stores and is home to many agricultural producers, activities to get in touch with nature, an entertaining downtown area rich in culture with European flair, in the heart of which you’ll find the oldest market in operation in Quebec, not to mention exclusive restaurants and boutiques.

Jardin Daniel A. Séguin

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Take a guided or self-guided tour around this park and its 24 thematic gardens. Participate in various thematic events that take place throughout the season. This year ORANGE 2022 will be the Contemporary Art Event of Saint-Hyacinthe, taking place from June 12 to September 11. (Website only available in French)

Chouette à voir!

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Discover the fascinating world of birds of prey by visiting these rehabilitation cages while wandering the forest paths and attending presentations with birds in flight. Explore the nature trails to find 11 aviaries and search for hidden special little owls. Bring your camera and get a picture of you carrying a bird of prey on your fist! (Website only available in French)

Ferme La Rabouillère 

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La Rabouillère, located in Saint-Valérien-de-Milton, on the border of Montérégie and the Eastern Townships, is a farm dedicated to agritourism since 1992. To live the experience of La Rabouillère is to discover a different family farm that offers farm visits (May to October), a gourmet shop (open year-round) and a sought-after country-style menu. (Website only available in French)

Downtown Saint-Hyacinthe

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A destination that combines many facets: heritage, shopping, culture and entertainment. It boasts more than 240 shops, speciality boutiques and restaurants, a public market open all year long, more than 30 restaurants, pub and coffee shops, lively terraces, performance halls and events throughout the year. (Website only available in French)

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