Nitobe Memorial Garden


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A five-minute stroll from the Museum of Anthropology brings you to the smaller Nitobe Memorial Garden. An exquisite Japanese Garden named for scholar-statesman Dr Inazo Nitobe, this tranquil haven is an authentic expression of Japanese garden artistry and philosophy. Cherry trees bloom in spring, irises in summer (by the arched wooden bridge); in autumn, leaves create a spectacular effect. The site includes a traditional teahouse, with occasional openings for a formal tea ceremony.

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Nitobe Memorial Garden details

1895 Lower Mall,
off N W Marine Drive

Area Vancouver

Transport Bus 4, 17, 44 then 10min walk.

Telephone 604 822 6038

Nitobe Memorial Garden website

Open Mid Mar-4 Nov 10am-6pm daily. 5 Nov-mid Mar 10am-3pm Mon-Fri.

Admission Mid Mar-4 Nov $5; $3-$4 reductions; free under-18s; $10 joint entry with UBC Botanical Garden. 5 Nov-mid Mar free.

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