Dunham, what a destination


A welcoming town with a rich history, Dunham was founded in 1796 and became the first township in the beautiful Eastern Townships. It was incorporated in 1855. However, it was in 1867 that municipal life took off with the incorporation of the Village of Dunham. The current Town of Dunham was born in 1971 from the voluntary merger between the Village and the Township. Its authentic charm and loyalist architecture, combined with the splendor of the mountains, make it a favorite destination for visitors.

Vineyards, cider mills, sugar shacks, boutiques, relaxation centers, cultural and outdoor activities… No time to be bored!

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To find out more about what to do in Dunham, check out our interactive ONDAGO map


Located at 3740 Principale Street, in the heart of the village, the Tourist Office is open 7 days a week, from St-Jean Baptiste Day to Labor Day and, thereafter, on Saturdays and Sundays until Thanksgiving.

You will find information on tourist attractions, restaurants, stores, wineries and lodging available in Dunham, as well as picturesque cycling routes and more.

Free Wi-Fi access.

Drinking water and bathroom available, as well as a bike repair kit to help you out.

Follow our Facebook page to find out about events and promotions for Dunham’s businesses and tourist attractions.

Picnic area near a vineyard and parking at the back of the building.


3740 Principale Street

Dunham, Qc  J0E 1M0

Tel. : 450 915-2360



Open 7 days a week

from 10 am to 5 pm

from St-Jean-Baptiste weekend to Labor Day weekend

Open every Saturday and Sunday from 10 am to 5 pm 

from St-Jean-Baptiste weekend to Thanksgiving weekend