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My daughter's wedding party started on a brisk October morning at the ruins on Mackenzie King Estate in Gatineau Park. The colours of the trees and grounds were immaculately groomed. We gathered for many photographs to capture the joy of that beautiful day.
Canada PM during World War 2 - made many critical decisions in his estate house . Beautiful grounds with historical artifacts from Canada and other countries.
Visited in fall of year - Hardwood trees with magnificent foliage dominate estate and surrounding Gatineau Park
I had no idea this estate existed before checking out the park visitors centre and seeing the model of the area. I was intrigued by the variety of structures at the site so decided to visit.
First the grounds are huge and well maintained. A...More
This is a nice estate to explore while in the Gatineau Park. The gardens and lawns are beautifully tended to. It's perfect for a stroll with younger children. The parking costs $12, but if it goes to maintaining the estate, then I'm all for it.
When I ordered tea and scones from their menu, my server told me that because they are a full service restaurant, I was required to either have a full meal or high tea. I was not allowed to order scones and tea from their menu....More
Such a great place to visit when in Canada. Beautiful gardens, very green. It was Mackenzis summer estate in this superb and beautiful area. There are buidings of this area, open to the crowed, to visit and see how people lived in there. Amazing!
Last Sunday my parter and I decided to go do the Afternoon Tea at the Mackenzie King Estate.
We’ve done a lot of Afternoon Teas around the world, and we’re always excited to try new places.
First was the issue about the parking. It doesn’t...More
In a very peaceful setting, you can stroll around the grounds and find out all about Canadian Prime Minister William Lyon Mackenzie King. The sites are well documented in French and English and altough the tea room was closed when we went, the other areas...More
I would rank the slow windy road drive up to the estate and the grounds as a 4, the perfectly prepared tea a 5 and the food a 3.5. If you enjoy tea like I do, you will appreciate the care they took to prepare...More
I'd say it would be possible, but you'll pay a fortune. The estate is a fair drive into the heart of Gatineau park. I believe it took us 30 minutes from the entrance on a Saturday during the fall. You're better off to go... More
I'd say it would be possible, but you'll pay a fortune. The estate is a fair drive into the heart of Gatineau park. I believe it took us 30 minutes from the entrance on a Saturday during the fall. You're better off to go with a friend or someone with a car to and from if you are concerned about it.