The Garden of the Provinces and Territories commemorates the union of Canada's provinces and territories. Two symbolic fountains highlight a display of the coats of arms and floral emblems of the provinces and territories of Canada that were created as a centennial project in 1967.
On the corner of Wellington Street and Bay Street in Ottawa, Ottawa, V0R 1X7
No Admission Fee
Accessible by Public Transit
Canada's Garden Route Spokesperson
Author of "A Garden Lover's Guide to Canada"
Bring the kids
Summer’s here and Canada’s public gardens are at their best. You know you want to visit them yourself – who wouldn’t want to stroll through a beautiful park filled with flowers – but maybe you feel you’re so tied up with your children or grandchildren you just can’t get away. Well, there’s an easy solution to that: bring them along!