Burnaby is home to several beautiful gardens, like the one at the Burnaby Mountain Conservation Area. (Stephanie Braconnier / Shutterstock)

Beautiful gardens to check out in Burnaby

These gardens are worth checking out any time of year!



September 21, 2022 | 5:00 am

From parks to forests, Burnaby is home to so many green spaces and there are also several beautiful gardens in the city. If you’re a fan of colourful flowers, topiary, and trees, here’s a list of gardens in Burnaby that are definitely worth a visit any time of the year.

Centennial Rose Garden 


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We’ve told you about this rose garden at the top of Burnaby Mountain before, and we definitely recommend you check it out before the cold weather settles in. It’s difficult to see from the parking lot of Burnaby Mountain Park, but if you make your way behind the washrooms you’ll be greeted by a beautiful rose garden. There are benches to sit and enjoy the flowers and an archway with flowers growing up the sides. The recent heat hasn’t been kind to the roses, but there are still some flowers around to make your trip worthwhile. From the rose garden, you can explore the rest of the park.

Address: 100 Centennial Way, Burnaby Mountain Conservation Area

Century Gardens


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One of Burnaby’s prettiest gardens is Century Gardens, located beside Ceperley House at the Burnaby Art Gallery. According to the City of Burnaby, it’s also one of the best places to enjoy the beauty of rhododendrons. There’s also some wonderful art to check out around the garden.
Address: 6344 Deer Lake Ave.

Millennium Garden

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Millennium Garden at Burnaby City Hall. (City of Burnaby)

This garden can be easy to miss but it’s definitely one worth visiting if you’re at Burnaby City Hall. Millennium Garden was created to mark the beginning of a new millennium. It’s a wonderful place to sit, enjoy some coffee, read a book, and bask in the peacefulness of this garden oasis.
Address: 4949 Canada Way

Burnaby eco-sculptures


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While these aren’t technically gardens, the eco-sculptures take everything you find in a large garden space and condense it into some very cool structures. From owls to bees, eco-sculptures can be found all over Burnaby, and the city even has a helpful map so you can find them all.

The Garden at the Nikkei National Museum and Cultural Centre

Located right outside the museum grounds is a peaceful garden oasis. Featuring Japanese maples, a pond, plenty of topiary, and colourful blooms, this is a great place to visit after spending some time at the museum. Another great way to experience the garden is by visiting  the Nikkei Garden Farmers Market, which runs on the second and fourth Sundays of the month until October from 10am to 2pm
Address: 6688 Southoaks Cres.

Eagles Estate Heritage Garden

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The Eagle Estates Garden is another garden to check out at Deer Lake. (City of Burnaby)

This is another garden at Deer Lake to visit. The Eagles Estate Heritage Garden is 1.6-acre greenspace that was created in 1929 and designed by Frank E. Buck, a Canadian horticulturalist.
Address: 5655 Sperling Ave.

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