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This Ontario Garden Has Over 1,200 Lilacs & You Can Visit For Free

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This Ontario Garden Has Over 1200 Lilacs & You Can Visit For Free

If you think everything is better in purple, you won't want to miss seeing this Ontario lilac garden with over 1,200 plants.

You can find the stunning Centennial Lilac Garden in Niagara Falls on the north side of the Floral Clock.

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Strolling around, you'll be able to see over 200 varieties in different shades of purple and white.

The best time to visit is from May to early June so that you can see the plants in full bloom.

It is a spectacular spot to enjoy a walk, as you can get up close to some of the sweet-smelling, floral-covered bushes that are taller than your head.

Centennial Lilac Garden

Price: Free

Address: 14004 Niagara Pky., Niagara Falls, ON

Why You Need To Go: Few scents are more dreamy than a lilac field.

Before you get going, check our Responsible Travel Guide so you can be informed, be safe, be smart, and most of all, be respectful on your adventure.

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