The 10 Best Things to Do in Bromont, Canada

December 13, 2017 Vergie Nakamoto

Discover the best top things to do in Bromont, Canada including Balnea, Bromont Ski Area, Musee au Chocolat, Golf Chateau Bromont, Ski Bromont Water Park, La Boutique Ema Rose, Arteria Gallery, Golf Royal Bromont, L'Apothicaire, Zayat Aroma.
Restaurants in Bromont

1. Balnea

319 ch. Lac Gale, Bromont, Quebec J2L 2S5, Canada +1 450-534-0604
Excellent
65%
Good
22%
Satisfactory
5%
Poor
5%
Terrible
3%
Overall Ratings

4.5 based on 333 reviews

Balnea

Reviewed By quoeratdemonstrandum - Ottawa, Canada

You really can't beat the fact that this spa is build on a long wide hill that ends on a beautiful lake with the Eastern Townships' rolling landscape in the background. And the hill and lake are all part of the spa's facilities! It doesn't get much better than having a relaxation cycle floating lazily on inflatable beds on the lake...
The frills I'm referring to in my title are free refills of chlorophyll or hibiscus infused water, marshmallows and a fire for roasting, on-demand guided tours of the premises and art Exhibitions on its walls.
The pools and saunas are fantastic but quite typical for a Scandinavian Spa. They have unique relaxation rooms like a mini movie theater and aquarium room.
The restaurant is top notch as well although the first time we went we waited a long time because apparently they had run out of an ingredient but didn't tell us and went to get more.
Some misc. notes:
- In the winter, the entire hillside and lake is understandably closed, so you're missing out on almost 50% of the experience.
- They don't pipe the new age music too overtly like other places might
- Weekday summer hours are short
- The movies in the theatre are nature documentaries which is less relaxing if you happen on the lions-eating-gazelles scene
- The aquarium could use more fish
- Beware of snoring clients

2. Bromont Ski Area

Bromont, Quebec, Canada +1 866-276-2226
Excellent
39%
Good
45%
Satisfactory
8%
Poor
4%
Terrible
4%
Overall Ratings

4 based on 183 reviews

Bromont Ski Area

Ski Bromont is a great 4-season resort waiting for you to discover it! In winter, we offer: 450 acres of skiable terrain with 155 trails and glades covering 7 hillsides, the largest lit skiable area in America, 6 snow parks, 9 ski lifts, more than 1,200 snow guns, and guaranteed excellent snow conditions day and night. In summer, our magnificent Water Park offers more than 20 activities for the whole family, including swirling slides, a heated wave pool and thrilling alpine luges: the whole family will enjoy a tidal wave of fun! Also on site are 21 downhill mountain biking trails for all levels (accessible by chairlift), a superb bike park, wallrides... and much more!

Reviewed By Paul A - Brussels, Belgium

I normally love this place, but tonight’s Nuit Blanche was a disaster. Overcrowded, key chair lifts unserviceable and those that were working constantly stopping (one for 45 minutes!). It was a shame to see the ski runs empty of skiers while the queues for the lifts were 20-30 minutes. Returned home early :-(

3. Musee au Chocolat

679, Rue Shefford, Bromont, Quebec J2L 1C2, Canada +1 450-534-3893
Excellent
36%
Good
39%
Satisfactory
17%
Poor
5%
Terrible
3%
Overall Ratings

4 based on 130 reviews

Musee au Chocolat

Reviewed By pickering4 - Pickering, Canada

We visited Musee au Chocolat during family day weekend in February. They were full in the main dining room but they set us up in the Museum itself as overflow tables, which was very spacious and fun.
The breakfast was amazing. The waffles with raspberries and chocolate was our favourite, followed closely by the apple and Cheddar crepe. I would not order eggs benedict or a regular eggs and bacon meal. These did not stand out fr us.
The chocolate boutique is full of amazing treats, the hot chocolate with spices on a spoon that you melt into a cup of milk is amazing, as were the chocolate cherries.

4. Golf Chateau Bromont

95, rue Montmorency, Bromont, Quebec J2L 2J1, Canada +1 450-534-1199
Excellent
70%
Good
19%
Satisfactory
9%
Poor
0%
Terrible
2%
Overall Ratings

4.5 based on 42 reviews

Golf Chateau Bromont

Reviewed By scc21mtlcan - Middletown, Rhode Island

If you are looking for a place to play golf and stay, search no more...GOLF CHATEAU Bromont is it!!! The course is beautiful, it's in PERFECT condition and the view is spectacular but the BEST of all is the STAFF!!! from pro shop to snack bar the service is awesome. And the West Shefford Terrasse is a must see! PAELLA thursday night...YUMMY!!! can't wait to go back.

5. Ski Bromont Water Park

150 rue Champlain, Bromont, Quebec J2L 1A2, Canada +1 866-276-6668
Excellent
45%
Good
35%
Satisfactory
3%
Poor
10%
Terrible
7%
Overall Ratings

4 based on 56 reviews

Ski Bromont Water Park

Ski Bromont is a great 4-season resort waiting for you to discover it! In summer, our magnificent Water Park offers more than 20 activities for the whole family, including swirling slides, a heated wave pool and thrilling alpine luges: the whole family will enjoy a tidal wave of fun! Also on site are 21 downhill mountain biking trails for all levels (accessible by chairlift), a superb bike park, wallrides... And much more! In winter, we offer: 450 acres of skiable terrain with 155 trails and glades covering 7 hillsides, the largest lit skiable area in America, 6 snow parks, 9 ski lifts, more than 1,200 snow guns, and guaranteed excellent snow conditions day and night.

Reviewed By WJP89 - Ottawa, Canada

My wife and I took our 8-year-old to Ski Bromont Water Park on the Sunday of the Labour Day Weekend this year. I can say, briefly and with confidence, that this place has it figured out when it comes to running a water park. Here are just a few of the very positive considerations. 1) parking - tons of parking, all free 2) on-line admission - worth it, and easy - you get a discount, too. 3) age-appropriate rides - our 8-year-old wasn't quite tall enough to do all the rides, but there were plenty to keep him (and us) entertained 4) picnic areas - the park is full of picnic areas, some with large sun awnings. Lots of picnic tables, waste receptacles, washrooms. You can easily bring your own lunch and take your cooler to and from your car 5) Lockers - for $10.00 (with $4.00 refundable) you can rent one big locker that will hold all of your family's stuff (not a big cooler - but all your clothes, towels, and so on). They supply the lock so you don't need to bring one. 6) paved walkways - no need for footwear! The walkways are smoothly paved. They can get a bit slippery, though 7) short wait times - even on busy days, the park advertises wait times of no longer than 15 minutes - pretty decent. 8) variety - the rides are varied - there are individual slides, tunnels, tube rides, group tube rides, a zip-line, a mat ride, a wave pool, some tiny slides for really small kids, a "dry" luge run, a shallow paddling and spray zone pool 9) safety - lots of life-guards, enforced delays on entering slides, and no really risky rides 10) on-site amenities - you can buy food, swimming stuff, and even grab a beer on-site. Prices are a little steep but not outrageous. 11) bilingual staff - even if you are a total Anglophone you will have no problems communicating at the park. 12) attractive design and good maintenance - even after a full season of operation, the park looked neat and tidy, with nice flower beds and colorful, well-presented rides 13) short distances between rides - the park is fairly compact, and it doesn't take long to get from one ride to another. In most cases, several rides of differing degrees of difficulty are grouped in one place.
I can't think of any real draw-backs worth mentioning. True dare-devil thrill-seekers might find this park a bit tame, but it isn't really geared towards that sort of user. It is very much a family-oriented experience. The wave pool gets pretty crowded and due to its design there are a couple of places in the pool that attract dense swarms of screaming children - notably along the left-hand wall, where the waves seem the biggest.

6. La Boutique Ema Rose

643 Rue Shefford | A Cote du Muse du Chocolat, Bromont, Quebec J2L 1C2, Canada +1 450-919-1367
Excellent
88%
Good
12%
Satisfactory
0%
Poor
0%
Terrible
0%
Overall Ratings

5 based on 8 reviews

La Boutique Ema Rose

Reviewed By ReneRBrossard_Qc_ - Brossard,Qc.

I was looking for a Christmas gift for my lover. I went to Emma Rose because I knew I was to find something. I found a beautiful ring for her, she was very happy.

625 Shefford, Bromont, Quebec J2L 1C2, Canada +1 450-919-3133
Excellent
50%
Good
50%
Satisfactory
0%
Poor
0%
Terrible
0%
Overall Ratings

4.5 based on 6 reviews

Arteria Gallery

Reviewed By jlemaire9 - Ottawa, Canada

We had seen reviews of this gallery and decided to make a special trip to see it. The staff are friendly, welcoming and love to talk about the artists. It was refreshing to walk into a gallery where you were treated with respect and courtesy....these people clearly enjoy what they do and fully support the artists they showcase. Excellent art for a small town.....very impressive

8. Golf Royal Bromont

400, chemin Compton, Bromont, Quebec J2L 1E9, Canada +1 450-534-4653
Excellent
75%
Good
25%
Satisfactory
0%
Poor
0%
Terrible
0%
Overall Ratings

5 based on 4 reviews

Golf Royal Bromont

Reviewed By A TripAdvisor Member

The Starter gave us great service from giving us a warm welcome, to helping unload our clubs, to setting them on the cart, to giving us newbies to the course a good overview and directions. All the staff we met provided good customer service. The...MoreThank you for such raving comments that makes our team thrive! Johanne

9. L'Apothicaire

689, Rue Shefford | Local 101, Vieux Village, Bromont, Quebec J2L 1C2, Canada +1 450-534-2772
Excellent
40%
Good
60%
Satisfactory
0%
Poor
0%
Terrible
0%
Overall Ratings

4.5 based on 5 reviews

L'Apothicaire

Reviewed By ReneRBrossard_Qc_ - Brossard,Qc.

I leave close so we go for a walk stop there, there is always things to try like herbal the and also sometimes if your interested in a cream they have tester

10. Zayat Aroma

1339 Rue Shefford, Bromont, Quebec J2L 1C9, Canada +1 450-534-1671
Excellent
100%
Good
0%
Satisfactory
0%
Poor
0%
Terrible
0%
Overall Ratings

5 based on 2 reviews

Zayat Aroma

ZAYAT AROMA is a family Enterprise committed to offering the best in Holistic Aromatherapy since 1985. We are specialized in the distillation and distribution of essential oils and other aromatic products 100% pure and natural. ZAYAT litterally means to “The One who Makes the Oils”. Essential oils and other organic products certified by Ecocert Canada.

Reviewed By SALOttawa_Canada - Ottawa, Canada

I had placed an order with Zayat Aroma on-line and decided to pick it up and spend a couple days in Bromont. Zayat Aroma essential oils are very pure and high quality and were recommended to me from another aromatherapist. When you walk into the store, you immediately smell a wonderful blend coming from the wood base diffuser. It’s very soothing and relaxing in the store and the staff are very knowledgeable. They have great suggestions and are more than happy to help you find what you need. It’s so nice to be able to smell each oil before purchasing it. The store was beautifully decorated for the holidays and we even enjoyed a glass of apple cider! Will definitely return!

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