About Cascade Gardens,Banff
Cascade Gardens in Banff National Park is a well-landscaped garden with a varied mix of annuals and perennials surrounding the park administrative building.
Parks Canada took over the Brett Sanatorium and Hotel built in the 1880s, when it burned down in 1930 and converted it into the present day gardens. Ontario architect, Walter Beckett, planned the Parks administrative building and the gardens in the ~12 acre site, which was completed in 1935.
What to do at Cascade Gardens, Banff ?
Things to do at Cascade Gardens Enjoy a stroll in the garden feasting your senses with the beauty of blooming flowers set against the back drop of Cascade mountains.
Admire Parks Canada building from outside.
Performance in the Park : June 9 – 10, 2017 | Family-oriented weekend of live music performances against spectacular scenery.Performers: Hedley, Ria Mae, Walk off the Earth, Amistad. This is a ticketed event,(Adults: $35; Child (2 to 12 years old): $12.50
Friday, June 9, 6:30 p.m. & Saturday, June 10, 3 p.m
Who all can go and enjoy the gardens ?
How to get to Cascade gardens, Banff?
Location & Directions – Cascade Gardens
Cross the Bow river bridge from Banff Avenue, turn left on to spray Avenue, turn to mountain Avenue. The gardens are behind the Parks Canada building.
GPS :51.170915, -115.569908
To use Roam bus : see here
How much will it cost ?
Cascade gardens Admission/fees
Free (included in Banff National Park admission)
When to see Cascade gardens,Banff ?
Cascade gardens Banff Hours
Best to visit during the blooming season. Late May to Early September.
How long will it take to see Cascade gardens ?
Depending on interest, half an hour to well over an hour.
What about Amenities, accessibility & parking?Wheel chair/ stroller accessible.
Parking available in front of the Parks Canada building.