Japanese Zen Garden - Hull, Quebec
Posted by: Groundspeak Premium Member model12
N 45° 25.788 W 075° 42.523
18T E 444561 N 5030941
Quick Description: First established as the Museum of Man in 1968, the Canadian Museum of Civilization (1989) is Canada’s largest and most popular cultural institution, attracting over 1.3 million visitors per year. The Japanese Zen Garden is open to the public.
Location: Québec, Canada
Date Posted: 3/30/2011 8:49:55 PM
Waymark Code: WMB3FH
Published By: Groundspeak Regular Member J.A.R.S.
Views: 56

Long Description:
Just beyond the Plaza is an Upper Terrace, giving access to the museum's main entrance and to the Grand Stairway leading to a lower plaza. The terrace is where dignitaries visiting CMC are formally greeted. It too offers a fine view of Parliament Hill. A small staircase leads up to one of the lower roofs of the building, where a Japanese Zen Garden has been laid out; the space is one of peaceful contemplation. Yet another staircase up from the Zen Garden leads to the roof of the restaurant, where a broad lookout provides panoramic views of the architecture, Parc Laurier, and the cityscape on the south bank of the river.

Marble plaque reads;

Ce projet fut realise grace a une subvention de L'Association Commemorative pour L'Exposition Universelle de 1970 au Japon.

This project was made possible with the assistance of a grant from The Commemorative Association for The Japan World Exposition (1970).

Name: Japanese Zen GardenMuseu

Location (specific park it is located within): Museum of Civilization

City: Hull

Fees: no

Designer: Don Vaughan

Date of Creation: 1995

Garden Website: Not listed

Parking Coordinates: Not Listed

Visit Instructions:
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