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Butchart Gardens

Butchart Gardens. The Butchart Gardens has been a popular tourist attraction for generations. A series of gardens located near Brentwood Bay in British Columbia, Canada have enjoyed tremendous popularity among visitors, locals and even the actors that have shot films there. However, the most famous gardens are those at Butchart. These gardens have featured in many films including Invictus, Scarface and more.

Visitors can come to Butchart Gardens and enjoy not only the flowers, plants and trees, but the beautiful fountains, rock formations and historic buildings. There are also many indoor attractions including gardens, a butterfly sanctuary, a nature center, a pond and even a fire bowl. This attraction is also famous for its spectacular fireworks shows. The Butchart Fireworks Company puts on these fireworks shows throughout the year in partnership with Butchart Gardens.

The Butchart gardens offer a variety of attractions for everyone to enjoy, but the most popular attraction is the gardens and it is what attracts visitors like moths to a flame. If you love nature and live in an area with lots of it, then you will enjoy every minute of it at Butchart. The Butchart Fireworks Company puts on one of the best fireworks shows in the world every year.

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They have also been contracted by many US municipalities as back-up for their own fireworks during Fourth of July, Holiday, concerts, sports events, festivals, parades and any other special occasion that requires fireworks. And if you take your family out of state or out of town, they also offer open-air concerts at the park.

When planning a vacation to Canada, you always want to include lots of theme parks and other adventure activities. However, the best adventure you can have while vacationing in Canada is to explore Canada's natural beauty at Butchart Gardens. Canada's largest park is Butchart Gardens. This location has been described as the “natural wonder of the world” by the US National Park Service. Here you can enjoy four categories of attractions: the Big Five attraction area, native plant and flower displays, the Garden Pathways and the rolling wild terrain.

The Big Five attraction area is divided into five themed areas: Polar Bear Park, The Cave, The Forum, The Waterfront and The Slate Trail. The Slate Trail is twenty-one miles long and takes visitors down through a moss covered forest. In this area you will find the remains of an ice age, the remains of the last Ice Age, and Pterygosperms. Polar Bear Park contains over one hundred bears and visitors can view a wide range of bears including black bear, brown bear, polar bear, arctic fox, Alaska black bear, white bear and fur seal. The Polar Bear Park features the only marine borehole in the Canadian archipelago. The Cave is fifty feet deep and twenty-two feet wide and is about seven hundred feet long.

The last place to visit in Butchart Gardens before moving on to Vancouver is the downtown victoria. The buildings in the downtown are mostly older and the majority of the residents are Chinese. At the end of Granville road, you will find the jewelry store “Chinatown.” This small section of downtown seattle is also home to the popular restaurants Bonjour, Au Poutre and Le Burger Brasserie as well as some of the fine hotels such as the Four Seasons and the Sheraton.

There is a very good reason why Butchart Gardens has become a popular tourist destination. The city holds many events each year that bring hundreds of thousands of visitors. For example the ferry that goes from downtown seattle to Mukitipko is actually an attraction for tourists who like to watch the world go by while enjoying a glass of delicious buttermilk. Another great event held at Butchart gardens is the annual sailing event known as alonzo.

A special event that takes place at Butchart Gardens during the centennial year is the Alonzo celebration. During this celebration the Butchart gardens fountain and its grounds will serve as the setting for a week long weekend of fun as guests relax and visit local shops. There will be live entertainment including fire walking, demonstrations by local artists and children's activities. On Saturday evening the focus of the Alonzo celebration will turn to the raising of the United States flag at half mast. After the evening festivities the guests can take part in the grand fireworks display at the base of the fountain.

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