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The image of the Belaire Rose Rose is often seen at the Belair Rose Festival.
(CBC) It was once a tourist attraction at Belair Park in Ottawa, but since the late 1990s it’s been a popular tourist attraction for its ornate garden, its beautiful garden path and the view over the harbour.
But it’s no longer a popular attraction.
Last year, Ottawa Parks and Recreation announced it would end the Belairs Rose Festival in 2021 and that the gardens would be closed.
It also eliminated the Rose Festival at Ottawa’s other major tourist attraction, the National War Memorial.
The closure means Belaire Gardens will be closed in 2018, as will the gardens on the east side of the river and the Rose Garden in front of the National Archives.
So is it time to close the Belaires Rose?
While it is no longer possible to visit Belaire’s garden, it’s still a popular destination for families and visitors.
But that doesn’t mean the Belaides Rose will be closing down.
The gardens will remain open and will be open for public events and special events, including the Rose Festivals.
The gardens are a great place to visit if you want to see how the Belashees Rose Garden and Rose Festival work.
And if you just want to visit the gardens without any flowers, it is still possible to enjoy a walk along the riverbank and take a dip in the river.
This is a photo of the garden on the Belawares River, taken in the spring of 2019.
The Rose Festival is on the same riverbank.
In this photo from January 2019, visitors enjoy a stroll along the Belaws Rose Garden path.
The Belawas Rose Garden will be a different experience in 2021.
Ottawa Public Library, on the other hand, will be shuttering its collection of rare books, including a volume by the famous British naturalist and biographer, Sir Charles Darwin.
For some, the Belayses Rose Gardens will remain a great tourist attraction.
For others, it won’t.
But what to do with the garden?
The Belawais Rose Garden is still available for public use and the gardens are still open for special events and celebrations.
So it’s not impossible to visit them again.
You can still enjoy a peaceful walk along a quiet riverbank, a dip on the banks or catch a glimpse of the blooms of the Rose.
It’s a beautiful sight and if you enjoy the gardens, it will be an amazing memory for the people of Ottawa.