Stroll through the 3.8-acre site and enjoy 60 colourful beds consisting of 15,000 annual plants and hundreds of perennials. The gardens are bordered by the historical Georgetown Court House (1886), the King's Theatre, and Holy Trinity Anglican Church (1839) and are located in the heart of historic Georgetown in Kent Square, named after "Georgetown’s Father of Confederation." Park benches and picnic tables allow the visitor to relax in undisturbed surroundings. The focal point of the Gardens is the cenotaph, honoring those individuals who served in our nation’s military conflicts. See our new pond with lighted fountain, paths to over 60 colourful beds and Canada's largest ship's wheel.