Space for Life’s signature event, Gardens of Light, is back at the Botanical Garden until October 31, with an all-new concept.
An Ode to the Moon
The moon is the celestial body that has unified human beings for thousands of years. As the central theme of the event, the moon is the light that guides visitors through three of the site’s emblematic gardens: The Japanese Garden, the First Nations Garden, and the Chinese Garden.
Gain a fresh perspective on the Gardens of Light. The First Nations Garden this year has been endowed with a special scenography. It is the first structure of its size in Montréal to be dedicated to the First Nations and the Inuit of Quebec.
Tickets at fixed times
To make the most of your visit, you must reserve a fixed time when booking your ticket. The ticket also gives you access to the Botanical Garden, which can be visited the same day at any time.
Gardens of Light is partially funded under the cultural development agreement between the city and the government of Quebec