It has a very nice water fountain and some monuments but aside from that it was a little small. It had a lot of trees and grass so nice for a picnic.
surrounded by traffic, government vehicles and tour buses, the noise is a bit much. That said, the walkways lead in a myriad of different directions, some confusing, but pretty walks along the way.
A lovely walk and you learn stuff. What more do you want? Learn about the Canadians who were here to meet Columbus' ships: when he finally got here. Learn about the Canadians who were already here when Leif Erikson arrived: five hundred years before Columbus. Learn why we don't celebrate Columbus Day in Canada: it's Thanksgiving -- for giving thanks... More
There's a fountain in the park, with some seating. There are festivals that are held here, it's right across from city hall. There are regulars who show up at the park to feed birds and squirrels. Nice place to walk through on your way to work or to catch a bus. If you're driving, you'll have to park several blocks... More
Confederation Square is across the road from the Parliament buildings. It has the sarcoughagus (the tomb of the unknown soldier) is located there as well as monuments for World War ! & 2. It is where they lay the wreaths on rememberance day. If you have seen this service on TV, then you know how important it is to our... More
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