Stratford Sights and Landmarks Guide, Ontario
The city of Stratford is famous for its unique history, culture and popular travel destinations. Stratford is situated on the banks of Avon River. Stratford is full of wonderful landscapes, worth-seeing sights, cultural centers, gardens, theatres and many other beautiful places.
Every year thousands of people visit Stratford to explore its beauty and participate in the Stratford festivals. The city of Stratford organizes some of the most popular festivals in Canada and features some of the biggest theatres in the world.
The city of Stratford offers something to all. Some of the most famous attractions and sights in Stratford include the following.
Queens Park is located west of the Festival Theaters and it features a playground, a picnic area, a pavilion, public washrooms and a separate area for outdoor performances. Queens Park is also famous for hosting wedding ceremonies and family reunions. Prior booking is required for these events.
Millennium Park is a very famous park in Stratford and it is located near the Gallery of Stratford. It features ponds, fountains and sculptures. People enjoy the atmosphere and beauty of this park.
The Shakespearean Gardens
The Shakespearean Gardens are very famous gardens in Stratford and they are located at the Huron Street Bridge. The Shakespearean Gardens feature a variety of roses, herbs and plants, English flowers and it is modeled after the classical English Garden.
Confederation Park Stratford
Confederation Park is located near Romeo Street. The park is a small Japanese garden that features waterfalls, evergreen trees and a variety of herbs. It was designed to commemorate 100 years of confederation.
Arthur Meighen Garden
This garden is located in the Festival Theater. The Arthur Meighen Garden features seasonal tours and gatherings every year. Tickets are required to be purchased in advance.
Wildwood Conservation Area
The Wildwood Conservation Area is located near highway 7. The Wildwood Conservation Area features a wetland area, walking trails and an area for boat launch. The Wildwood Conservation Area holds many events every year.
Meadow Rue Corner
The Meadow Rue Corner is situated in the Lower Queens Park. The Lower Queens Park is also a playground for various species of birds, wildlife and butterflies.
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