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The Grand Duke's gardens

On a former Indian reserve, the Grand Duke gardens, surrounded by 300 acres of forest, were created over an area of 300,000 square feet in constant evolution. Open to the public since 2008, a stop is essential in front of a colorful, harmonized painting of the daisy Becky who nods her head to welcome you while reflecting the originality of the estate dressed in romantic white by the artist Rita The Duke and the master builder, Pierre Lirette. At the entrance, a shade garden near a bird seminary awakens us to nature. Along the secret paths, the distant murmur of the water charms us to discover what may be hidden in the background of this great Huron domain which reveals to us a turning point from our ancestors to today's modern life . Through the explosion of colors of more than 4,500 perennials, collections of daylilies, dahlias, conifers and special elements, the unusual arrangements reflect a couple passionate about horticulture where the silence of flowers reaches the hearts and souls of tourists. Don't miss this essential stop of this cultural heritage created in a feminine nature: Water, earth, light and life.

The Grand Duke's gardens


Under 5 years: Free

5 to 16 years old: $5

Adult: $10

Contact details

The Grand Duke's gardens

1460 Rang Saguenay

Saint-Raymond, QC

G3L 3G3

(418) 337-6086

The information contained on this page is for informational purposes only. In the event of a discrepancy between this information and that contained on the official website, the latter will be considered as absolute truth.

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