Granby, Quebec, Canada
Artria is an Open-air museum that is consisted of monumental sculptures. This guide give you information on these works and helps you to find them. These sculptures are concentrated in strategic areas where the views are magnificent. All these sections of the Open-air Museum, through the concentration of monumental works, are enlivened by rich landscaping, artistic furnishings and walking spaces ensuring the visitor’s safety.
The Museum is accessible to cyclists, to hikers as well as running enthusiasts. These paths also favour the discovery of all the Haute-Yamaska’s characteristic scenery (urban, lakeside, countryside and forest). It is important to note that “solitary works” disseminated all along the paths will rekindle the “Open-air Museum” effect by displaying the same layout concept (artistic marking, plant atmosphere, lookout onto a panorama, etc.).
An initiative of: Commerce Tourisme Granby_région
In partnership with the Quebec government, the MRC de La Haute-Yamaska, Eastern Townships Tourism, City of Granby, City of Waterloo, Shefford Township, City of Bromont and Warden village.