Queen Victoria Park

Being a flower fanatic, my attention was easily diverted from the amazing, powerful natural wonders that flank the U.S./Canadian border, to the cornucopia of color found at Queen Victoria Park.


Located on the Canadian side of Niagara Falls, directly across the street from the viewing area walkway, Queen Victoria Park is teeming with a myriad of native and international plants, which includes an absolutely amazing rose garden!


Open to the public in 1888, it’s a great place to get away from the crowds, and yet enjoy the waterfalls from a different viewpoint.  The lush green grass invites families to spread a blanket, have a bite to eat, and, most importantly, relax!


With numerous species of all shapes and sizes, Queen Victoria Park is a source of inspiration for any aspiring gardener!


2 thoughts on “Queen Victoria Park

    1. Actually, this photo was taken in August of last year. I’m a little behind. I’ve read that the park has an amazing collection of daffodils during this time of the year. Since daffodils are probably my favorite flower, I would love to return there during this time of year!


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