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Leo Mol Sculpture Garden, Winnipeg

Categories: Art Galleries, Shopping, Nature & Parks, Museums
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4.8/5 based on 300 reviews on the web
Walk through the grounds of Leo Mol Sculpture Garden and take in the sculptures. The garden holds more than 300 pieces of art by Dr. Leo Mol, including sculptures of ceramic and bronze, paintings, and drawings all placed along a meandering pathway. A jazz band plays in the garden as well periodically. The area often has a large amount of mosquitoes, so be sure to bring some bug repellent with you. To visit Leo Mol Sculpture Garden and other attractions in Manitoba, use our Manitoba trip itinerary builder.
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  • A must visit place for Art Lovers! The garden is peaceful & quite! A great place for a morning or evening walk with friends or family! 
  • What a delightful place to wander. Even in late September, the flowers did not disappoint. And the sculptures are nicely placed and spaced. 
  • The Canadian sculpture garden dedicated to one person! It's best to visit in the summer months while all the flowers and lily pads are in bloom. They also host wedding ceremonies, and I can see why, i...  read more »
  • Great place to visit! Lots of flowers in the gardens plus all of the sculptures, trees, shrubs and various other plant life make this a prime spot for wedding pictures. As of lately, it has also become a great place to go Pokémon hunting (if you are one of the many people that play pokèmon go).
  • Assiniboine is the most beautiful park in all of Winnipeg according to me :). It has so many beautiful spots, the grounds are taken care of so well, so much pride has to be in each of the people who maintain it. The sculpture garden is relaxing with the sounds of the fountain coinciding beautifully with its natural nature friends.
  • Beautiful scenery, awesome walking and bike riding paths with a lot of points of interest to check out. As for the latest craze, Pokémon GO, there's lots places to visit, but bring a backup battery as there's nowhere to plug into.
  • The flowers are always ridiculous. So much work is put into them and it definitely pays off. I've also been to two weddings here so far and they're always beautiful because of the scenery.
  • Beautiful to walk around and enjoy all the different flowers. Just be warned that there are a ton of Pokemon players in the fountain area.
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