Beautiful exhibitions to visit this fall

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Mackenzie King Estate

Located in the heart of Gatineau Park, this estate appeals to history-lovers who will enjoy stepping back in time to the early 20th century. William Lyon Mackenzie King’s garden is dotted with a number of architectural features lovingly collected by the former Prime Minister. The setting is infinitely romantic, and nostalgic.


Photo : National Capital Commission

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Harmonic Sculpture Garden

The Domaine Forget in Charlevoix already enjoys a well-established reputation with music lovers. Its sculpture garden, however, which extends all the way to the shores of the Saint Lawrence River, and features works by artists from Quebec and beyond, is a little less well known. Access to the collection is free. To plan a visit or attend a concert, contact the Domaine Forget for information about its fall programming and the guidelines in place.


Peter Lundberg, Le chant des baleines
Photo Geneviève LeSieur-Bleu Outremer

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Montreal Botanical Garden

The Montreal Botanical Garden reopened on June 15, and it is a good thing! People often forget Montreal’s is recognized as one of world’s greatest botanical gardens. Visit and stroll its many paths, linger in the pavilions and greenhouses.


Photo : Raymond Jalbert.

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Reford Gardens (Jardins de Métis)

Among the many itineraries offered at the Reford Gardens, several give pride of place to the visual arts. Monumental works await in the Historic Gardens, while the Contemporary Gardens promise new discoveries and adventure. We can’t wait to admire the new creations of the International Garden Festival that will be available in 2021.


Photo: Reford Gardens

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