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Jacques Cartier Park

Rte Verte 1, Gatineau, Quebec J8X 3W1, Canada
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Mosaic 150

This display is a must see. The carvings of the flowers and bushes and trees is amazing. Such great... read more

Reviewed yesterday
Lee Ann C
via mobile
Must see MosaiCANADA 2017

The park is the location for the MosaiCanada 2017 exhibit, which consists of elaborately-designed... read more

Reviewed yesterday
Shari L
Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania
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Only 20 minutes from Quebec City, the Parc National de la Jacques-Cartier earned its nickname, “Québec City's Great Outdoors,” with its four-season playground. Winter play is on the area's two ski resorts, snow slides, and its new snowshoeing and Nordic skiing trails. Summertime finds travelers hanging at the lakes. Feeling adventurous? Spend the night in a yurt, primitive campsite or cottage in the woods.
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Suggested Duration: More than 3 hours
Rte Verte 1, Gatineau, Quebec J8X 3W1, Canada
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Reviewed yesterday via mobile

This display is a must see. The carvings of the flowers and bushes and trees is amazing. Such great artwork. I highly recommend this free stop. Parking is not free but worth the trip and I don't like flowers.

Thank Lee Ann C
Reviewed yesterday

The park is the location for the MosaiCanada 2017 exhibit, which consists of elaborately-designed sculptures crafted entirely of flowers and plants. It is amazing and free to attend. Parking is available on site, but it can be limited. The exhibit is only there through October.

Thank Shari L
Reviewed yesterday

The Shrubs are cut into magnificent sculptures of all kinds. The work that had to go into this amazing display makes a visit to the park a fun time for everyone. Admission is free. We unfortunately had a prior commitment so were unable to allot...More

Thank Dale H
Reviewed yesterday via mobile

This is a must see for people of all ages. The plant sculpture is amazing and young and old will be fascinated by them. Disabled accessible with refreshments stops along the way it's a perfect day out.

Thank kerry h
Reviewed 2 days ago via mobile

I saw it in montreal before, some exhibits were the same as the one in montreal, but still need lot of hard work to finish the exhibit, great to see, last until the end of summer

Thank Terence T
Reviewed 2 days ago

We went to Jaques Cartier Park to see the fireworks from Parliment Hill-it was packed but worth the trip.

Thank dar501
Reviewed 3 days ago via mobile

This is another must see if your around this part of Ottawa/ Gatineau. It's amazing the design and detail of the these living sculptures. Parking is $12 dollar 💵 for the day I think. But some kind person gave us a ticket. 👍🏻 which we...More

Thank Kevin Bob L
Reviewed 4 days ago

The statues of the history of Canada where amazing. The people that are around are so helpful in telling you how the statues where made and all about the plants they used. It is a easy walking over the bridge from major hill.

Thank Diane C
Reviewed 4 days ago via mobile

We visited the park to see the botanical sculptures exhibited in celebration of Canada 150th. The sculptures are simply amazing and if you are in the area do not miss it. However I am rating it 4 stars because of the parking attached to the...More

Thank stnm
Reviewed 4 days ago

Jacques Cartier Park in Gatineau is currently the home of the Mosaic Canada 150 botanical sculptures -- living, growing plants that are shaped into huge, impressive sculptures that tell stories of Canada. Very impressive! You've got to check it out. And it is FREE! Happy...More

Thank 448andyk
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22 July 2017|
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Response from stnm | Reviewed this property |
Yes, there are racks outside the fence to park your bikes. However there aren't a ton of them. Maybe 10-15 bikes.