“190 acres of thematic gardens”
The Montreal Botanical Garden is a large botanical garden in Montreal, Quebec, Canada comprising 190 acres of thematic gardens and greenhouses. It was designated a National Historic Site of Canada in 2008 as it is considered to be one of the most important botanical gardens in the world due to the extent of its collections and facilities..
These sculptures dont exist anymore. Was there june 2018. Park staff said pics are 4 years old.
We enjoyed our time at the Botanical Garden. We were saddened that there were no dogs allowed when so much of the gardens had such lovely walking paths to enjoy.
We went quite a few years ago. The botanical garden was mostly closed due to strike. Could not have been more disappointed.
Fabulous gardens and greenhouses. It's easy and lovely to get lost here, and just wander the day away while inhaling the fresh floral scents. Definitely worth battling the traffic!
Superb gardens and greenhouses .. Lots to do and see .. The insectarium is worth a tour as well, especially if your kids like creepy crawlies and bugs and stuff ..
Though the Garden charges a small fee to out-of-city visitors, the outdoors areas are free to everyone after 6PM from May to September.
A fabulously interesting garden! There are a lot of things you can enjoy here. Also the rose garden and the greenhouse are just breathtaking. And what I like best here is the Japanese garden because the setting is just so serene and tranquil, perfect place to visit if you are in the mood to relax. Also, in the evening, the view here is really magnificent, they had set up lanterns in the Chinese garden. The evening is filled with music and lights and is just simply amazing!
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Montréal Botanical Garden
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