Leo Mol Sculpture Garden, Winnipeg

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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. Arrange your visit to Leo Mol Sculpture Garden and discover more family-friendly attractions in Winnipeg using our Winnipeg trip maker website .
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  • love going here in early June because the flowers are always so beautiful.We usually go twice a year  more »
  • Every summer I go to visit the sculpture garden. Each year there are changes. The colours of the flowers range from pale to vibrant. They are beautiful. The sculptures are amazing! Well worth your vis...  more »
  • A chance to view some outstanding statuary in a lovely garden setting. Trying to keep track of 25 retirees is like trying to herd cats. It was almost a toss up between the Leo Mol statues and the gard...  more »
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  • Great views for both tourists and locals alike. The spring/summer time is probably best to view, as many of the flowers are in full bloom. The maintenance of the sculpture garden is immaculate. The labels on the flowers are current and well maintained. The sculptures themselves are fascinating and have details about their origins. Overall, I would really recommend viewing this. It is free and in the Assiniboine Park.
  • Quiet sculpture garden next to Assiniboine Park English Garden. 2 small museums, one of classic pieces and an old school house that Mol used as a studio. There is a fountain with some of his nudes and there is a nice pond with a pergola, although it is sometimes booked for wedding pictures. If you like Mol it is a nice collection, if you're not into his art it is still a nice garden. In the summer they hold Jazz in the park by the fountain. It has its own small parking lot, but is easily accessible from the English Gardens, which puts it close to the duck pond and the Qualico family restaurant. A nice way to spend a summer morning or afternoon. There are some owls and hawks in the immediate area as well for bird watchers.
  • I have only ever visited with friends or family, but I could see the garden being very romantic for couples as well. Leo Mol was a wonderful artist and his work deserves to be celebrated.
  • I always enjoy walking through the Leo Mol Sculpture Garden. It is especially beautiful once spring flowers are in full bloom, but it can be explored in any season. I have only ever visited with friends or family, but I could see the garden being very romantic for couples as well. The statues are exquisite and worth examining in detail. Leo Mol was a wonderful artist and his work deserves to be celebrated.
  • The Garden is beautifully maintained and Leo Mol's work is impressive in its craft. Particularly charming are his studies of bears and, strangely, delicate young girls. The Garden is one of the most compelling reason to visit the Assiniboine Zoo. The adjacent English Garden is very uplifting and very well cared for.

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