Alberta has a lot of stunning destinations, but few are as tranquil as the Nikka Yuko Japanese Garden in Alberta.

Built in 1967, the Nikka Yuko Japanese Garden was established as a symbol of friendship between Japan and Canada and it continues to be an emblem of togetherness and celebration today!

 

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Meant to celebrate artistry, food, tradition, and beauty – this one-of-a-kind location has been named one of the most ‘worth it’ places to visit in all of North America – and it’s pretty clear why.

Before anything was drawn up or even discussed, it was decided and agreed that the gardens needed to be of the highest quality and they really spared no expense.

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From the way the water flows through the area, to the flowers and trees handpicked and planted, deeper meanings are found everywhere and this spring you can experience it for yourself!

Set to open for the summer season on Thursday, May 19th, visitors will soon be able to wander the grounds, and can attend a series of events and daily activities like guided mediation, happy hours, tai chi classes, anime days, tea parties, and more! There’s never a dull moment!

If you’re interested in checking it out – which you absolutely should be, you can purchase tickets or sign up for anything listed above here.

Maybe we’ll see you out there, friends! It’s going to be a good season!

NIKKA YUKO JAPANESE GARDEN, ALBERTA

When: Wednesdays-Sundays, starting Thursday, May 19th
Where: Corner of 9th Ave S &, Mayor Magrath Dr. S, Lethbridge
Cost: $12.50