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We thoroughly enjoyed our late morning stroll around the garden and imagining how great it must look in different seasons. The paths are easy but there are a few small inclines so depending on your mobility it may be a wee bit of challenge but...More
We arrived in Laval and drove to this area which turned out to be a good plan. The gardens are beautiful, a variety of trees, plants and birds, and goats to see. You get a great view of the city from here and we found...More
Lovely public gardens. Very peaceful with great views over Laval. A quirky detail is a book-depot in the shape of a tree where you can take or leave a book. There are aviaries and pens holding pygmy goats. There's a museum in the grounds but...More
Not always open and not obvious from the outside, so if you don't know it's there, you wouldn't be any the wiser as it's surrounded by a high wall. Inside however it's a very well maintained green space with a variety of labelled plants and...More
It was a lovely garden with some awesome birds in the middle. It had a nice playground for our girls and some good views over Laval. It's the only reason to go to Laval as the rest of the city is lacklustre.
This park is set high above laval next to a car park and was a surprising find. It has many things to see, great views, calming gardens, a few goats and chickens and a children's play area with a cafe ( that didn't open until...More
This is situated near the chateau and at one point in history was part of the Chateau. The park is very big and is very quiet, such lovley plants and also has a few Goats, Cockreals, Hens, fish and other birds. There is also a...More
We came by chance to this great place when we were walking on the upper parts of Laval.
The place is full of poetry, with a dignified small house and a beautiful garden accessible through a small gate in an alley.
The garden is dominating...More