It is a very nice place to visit with your family. They have a lot of space, a lot of beautiful gardens and it's worth it. You can spend a whole day visiting, e the best part was that we were able to see the...More
About Montreal Botanical Gardens
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Visited gardens. Pricey for an October visit without many blooming flowers because of time of year. It's divided into countries with specialties around Japan and China - very nice. We spent two hours and could have spent more. The do offer a AAA discount for...More
This was a wonderful experience. Great evening event with the lights (lanterns) and the gardens are very well maintained. The greenhouses are well stocked with beautiful arrangements. Well worth the membership rates if you live in Montreal!
With the MTL375 festivities, Garden of Light didn't escape and Montreal brought a touch to it. The Chinese garden is now renovated and the lanterns are definitely renewed from the one that I've seen 3 years ago (they tend to have the same from a...More
if you want to learn about plants, insects, and see amazing asian lanterns, be sure to catch this. Great anytime of year but especially when the lanterns are aglow at night
I'm sorry to say I did not get to see all of the gardens. I specifically went to to the Lantern Festival, so I my trip concentrated around sunset. This is a massive garden. You could easily spend all day here. Many garden inside and...More
This is a great place, well cared. While we were there, there a was a light festival in 3 gardens (night time). We enjoyed this attraction!
We just lucked in to seeing this display and it was a "wow." We went in the day and the bigger than life dragons, lanterns, and other figures were so colorful and just wonderful. It was well worth the entrance fee.
First, I am a fan of the Botanical Garden. I am writing about their special exhibit, the Gardens of Light. We went to the gardens of light exhibit on a Saturday night. We bought our tickets in advance to skip the line. There were so...More
Honestly I was expecting something like... boring. So my expectations level was pretty much low. Surprise, surprise. First the main entrance (brand new by the way) with large and grey stone buildings is impressive. We got to the restaurant (cafeteria type) with a bar &...More