I've reviewed the Parliament Buildings separately from Parliament Hill because I feel that the former is specifically relating to the actual buildings, while the latter relates to the surrounding area.
The landscaping is not anything to write home about, but there are statues scattered everywhere that are interesting to look at. In addition, at the back there is a lovely gazebo (with not so lovely cobwebs that should get cleaned) where one can sit in the shade and admire the view of the river. Always assuming that it's not full. You are able to circumnavigate the Centre Block and get a close-up view of the Library as well. And the view of the river from the bluffs behind the Centre Block are only rivalled by actually going up the Peace Tower. Don't forget to visit the Peace Flame.
The small cat sanctuary that used to operate on the left/west side of the Hill closed this year.
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