Montreal In The Fall 15

Last time, we helped you complete your Fall Foliage Walk in Montreal’s famed Arboretum, a huge, natural section of the city’s Botanical Gardens.

So, come inside to get some warm tea, and I’ll alert you to one more fun experience at the Gardens, and next time we’ll move-on to other Montréal experiences.

Traditional Tea Garden (Japanese Garden)
May 15 to October 31, 2010
This tiny garden is devoted to beauty and serenity, and its traditional purpose is to allow guests to shed their worldly cares as they prepare for the tea ceremony.

The Chinese Tea House (Chinese Garden)
May 15 to October 31, 2010
Oolong, pu’erh, longjing and white tea … come and delight in the ritual surrounding the Chinese tea ceremony and enjoy some famous Chinese teas in enchanting surroundings ($).

Halloween – Great Pumpkin Ball
(Main Exhibition Greenhouse, Auditorium, Reception Centre)
October 1 to 31, 2010

This is a pumpkin party! Your children will be able to see Pépo the pumpkin, back in an all-new play for ages 4 to 8, and meet Esmeralda the friendly witch when they can learn her magic spells and take part in our pumpkin-decorating contest. Reservations are required for groups: 514 872-1823.

To read more about navigating the Fall Foliage Walk to see fabulous Autumn leaves in Montreal:

Larches: Larch Walk Montreal Botanical Garden

Maples: Maple Walk – Montreal Arboretum

Oaks: Montreal Oak Leaf Walk

Mountain Ash: Mountain Ash Montreal

Walnuts: Walnut Species in Montreal

Gingkos: Gingko Montreal Foliage Walk

Montreal Botanical Garden – get a map online, too.

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