The International Peace Garden is nestled in the Turtle Mountains along the 49th parallel south of Boissevain, Manitoba and north of Dunseith, North Dakota. Its 2,390 acres of aspen forest and prairie grassland is home to 25 acres of formal gardens, a sunken garden featuring a diversity of perennials and flowering shrubs, and a Cactus Conservatory. Established in 1932, the Garden plants up to 150,000 annuals in new designs every year, with features including a floral clock. Among our attractions, the International Music and Athletic Camps host thousands of youth each summer from around the world.
10939 Highway 281, Boissevain, R0K 0E0
Children Friendly Garden
Dog Friendly Garden
Restaurant on Site
Parking on Site
Tour Bus Parking
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Canada's Garden Route Spokesperson
Author of "A Garden Lover's Guide to Canada"
Getting someone to visit a garden in summer is a snap: we all know gardens are striking in the summer months, with flowers galore. But what about fall? Garden visitors diminish with falling temperatures, as if they’re convinced the show is over as of Labour Day. But it isn’t. There’s still plenty to see in Canada’s public gardens right up until snowfall and even beyond.