Confederation Park Gardens

Laurier Ave W & Elgin St, Ottawa, Ontario

Confederation Park, which opened in 1967 as part of Canada’s centennial celebrations, features groves of hardy trees and a memorial fountain honouring Colonel By. The Park is a monument to Canadian Fallen. The park hosts Winterlude activities, Canada Day celebrations and the Ottawa International Jazz Festival. Confederation Park is 2.63 hectares in size and a feature of Confederation Boulevard, the Capital's ceremonial and discovery route.


Open 24/7

Free  OC Transpo  Wheel Chair Child Friendly Pet Friendly

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