Sherbrooke museums to reopen June 10

Record Staff

Since culture is essential to the collective well-being, Sherbrooke’s three museums, the History Museum (Musée d’histoire), the Museum of Fine Arts (Musée des beaux-Arts) and the Museum of Nature and Science (Musée de la nature et des sciences), have announced their intention to open simultaneously on Wednesday, June 10, 2020, starting at 10 a.m.
The health and safety of our employees and visitors are a priority, the three institutions stated in a joint press release.
“We are working very hard to adapt the exhibits and the various spaces to the measures recommended in the CNESST health guide. We will therefore be ready to welcome you in a healthy and safe environment. We invite you to consult our respective websites as of next week to find out the recommendations to be followed to prepare for your visit,” the statement read.
Located on the banks of the Magog River, the three Sherbrooke museums offer a varied cultural program for all ages.
“This summer, we’re choosing local culture! We look forward to welcoming you safely to our home!”

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