1435 Water Street, Kelowna, BC V1Y 1J4 Directions
Kasugai Gardens is typically landscaped according to Japanese techniques, featuring trails & water. Visiting this location always brings a peaceful mind. Take a step away from your work. Visit the beauty of nature in Kasugai Gardens; it never disappoints you. Kasugai Gardens is the best place for photographers. It features a variety of trees and plants. Kasugai Gardens bring a unique ecosystem environment.
Pine Trees, Park, Botanical Garden, Picnic Area, Foundations, Plants, Flowers, Japanese Gardens, Pond, Waterfalls, Stone Lanterns, Wooden Bridges, Tea House, Sculpture, Small Wedding, Tours & Meeting
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OKANAGAN LAVENDER & HERB FARM
4380 Takla Road, Kelowna, BC V1W 3C4 Directions
Okanagan Lavender & Herb Farm is located on land in the Okanagan Valley hills; the family has farmed their small company for four generations. They have evolved from a seasonal hobby farm to a year-round enterprise since they opened their doors in 1999, working together as a family to grow, refine, and turn the plants into toxin-free and award-winning products. Their farming motivation abounds with the herbs they cultivate from the land around them, and the valley they enjoy every day. Enjoy a cup of tea and a beautiful view of the valley as you explore their exclusive, handmade goods made on site.
Special Events, Gift Shop, Botanical Toners, Cafe, Celebrations, Programs, Hand-Crafted Products, Boutique, Workshops, Apothecary, Herb Farm, Weddings & Guided Tour
Price: Adults: $10
Children (4-12 Year): $5
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OKANAGAN HERITAGE MUSEUM
470 Queensway Avenue, Kelowna, BC V1Y 6S7 Directions
Museums are living spaces, and the Okanagan Heritage Museum is dedicated to Kelowna's flagship museum. The entire permanent gallery has been reimagined. As a community interest since 1936 and as a registered society since 1951, the Kelowna Museums Societies have offered an ongoing presentation of the Okanagan and beyond to residents and tourists of the area. Move into the world of the people of the Syilx / Okanagan and gain insights into their close relationship with the land. Learn about the arrival of merchants and settlers and watch the first "Chinatown" shop in the windows.
Educational Exhibitions and Programs, Cultures, Histories, Exhibitions & Art Gallery