Nitobe Memorial Garden, Vancouver
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Address: 1895 Lower Mall, Vancouver, BC V6T 1Z4, Canada
Time Required: 00:40 Mins
Timings: 11:30 am - 02:00 pm Details
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About Nitobe Memorial Garden, Vancouver
Celebrating Japanese culture, the Nitobe Memorial Garden offers a tranquil spot with authentic Japanese elements including a traditional Tea Garden with a Tea House, stone elements, waterfalls and cherry trees that multiply the charm of the place.
Springs see the Cheery blossoms covering the garden with its colourful flowers while summers embraces the irises. The heart of the place reflects in the serene Koi pond where you can interact with the fishes or simply take a relaxing walk around the premises.
Nitobe Memorial Garden Ticket Prices
- Admission by donation.
How To reach Nitobe Memorial Garden by Public Transport
- By Bus: NB Lower Mall at 2000 Block
- By Taxi
- By renting a Car, Bicycle or Scooter.
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Nitobe Memorial Garden, Vancouver Reviews
Used to come here a lot as student and still visit occasionally. The garden is always in superb condition; clean, quiet, and serene. Visitors are very respectful. This garden is gorgeous all year. There is also a parking structure right in front of it.
I've visited Japan, but still: this Japanese garden is beautiful. Came here during Fall season, the colors were wonderful.
This place is located (North End)within walking distance from Beaty Biodiversity Museum and the Museum of Anthropology on the grounds of the University of British Columbia it's so beautifully manicured and very photogenic a great place to relax or just to take a stroll
What a beautiful place! Of course it's small but diamonds are small too and this place is a real jewel. Be there in the fall on a slightly foggy day and it will leave you speechless.
Cute, small, Japanese garden conveniently located on campus near the Museum of Anthropology. The water wasn't too clear, so it was hard to see the koi, but we did see a type of heron (see photos), and the tea house was very charming. Great place to study in tranquility!