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Parc Marie-Victorin

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385 Boul Marie-Victorin, Kingsey Falls, Quebec J0A 1B0 Canada
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Claire B wrote a review Jul 2019
Quebec City, Canada53 contributions6 helpful votes
It makes for a perfect leisurely stroll on a nice day. Great variety of flora to see. Amazing mosaicultures. Well worth the detour in my opinion.
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Date of experience: July 2019
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Craig A wrote a review Aug 2018
Montreal, Canada22 contributions4 helpful votes
My wife and i drove there just two hours from Montreal nice drive back country roads. The park was easy to find great parking. Very friendly and helpful staff. The grounds were very well kept and the paths and gardens were amazing. The chalet and restaurant were great with ice cold beer and some local brews on tap or bottle. Take your time and enjoy the day the whole thing will take you about 3 hours. But you can take longer if you like there is no rush.
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Date of experience: August 2018
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Mandy H wrote a review Jul 2018
Beijing, China175 contributions59 helpful votes
These gardens are created in the memory of the man who created the Montreal Botanical Gardens years ago. They are lovely, with a good playground for little ones who are not interested in flowers, but it is expensive to go! For those that need a rest, there is a cafe which overlooks much of the gardens.
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Date of experience: July 2018
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Mary B wrote a review Jun 2018
Ottawa, Canada36 contributions41 helpful votes
We went to the Parc Marie-Victorin to visit an antique fair and were pleasantly surprised to also find this beautiful park. Lovely gardens, great ideas to take home and a lovely cafeteria and gift shop. If you are near this area, this is a great place to stop for a restful visit.
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Date of experience: June 2018
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TorontoTimTim wrote a review Jul 2017
Toronto277 contributions146 helpful votes
For accessibility for people in wheelchairs, I give it a 5/10. The reason being the gravel pathways make it difficult to self-propel. There is also no warning that going to try and view the waterfalls is a particularly difficult route. In places, it is quite steep. The gardens themselves are amongst the best that I have seen. You can enjoy the different areas without worrying too much about what the names of the plants are. There are few labels. Though, this is a plus. It allows you to take in the grand visions that are before you. Just look at the whole picture and don't worry about the education. For people with children, there is a well-equipped play area. The site does have a restaurant that serves decent food. I did not note the prices so I can't tell you if it is reasonable. Worth a visit. Not difficult to find if you leave Rte 20 at exit 185 - it is well signposted.
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Date of experience: July 2017
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