After attracting some one million visitors to Jacques Cartier Park with giant horticultural sculptures in 2017, regional tourism authorities are bringing the attraction back to Gatineau this summer.
Last year’s MosaïCanada 150 featured massive, intricately-designed shrubberies, paintings and a one-kilometre path through the plants.
This year’s incarnation, dubbed Mosaïculture Gatineau 2018, will take place from June 24 to Oct. 15 and is expected to be an even bigger spectacle than last year, with 10 new living sculptures.
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While last year’s event was free, organizers are charging an admission fee of $20. Gatineau residents will pay a discounted rate of $15.