With old favourites, like the Aberdeen Pavilion and Horticulture Building, and exciting new features like the Water Plaza, Children’s Garden and Skating Court, Lansdowne has something for everyone.
Here is a glimpse of what you can expect to find throughout the year at the new Lansdowne.
Lansdowne Park is a world-class attraction that blends modern amenities, courtyards, heritage buildings and green space. This urban public destination, situated right in the heart of city, offers programming on a year-round basis. It features events and activities for all ages and all seasons.
Visitors are welcome to use the park daily from 5 am to 11 pm. Pedestrians and cyclists travelling through Lansdowne Park should practice awareness and caution around heavy vehicles and equipment. Your safety is our priority.
This Ottawa landmark, with capacity for 2,800 visitors, will be available for special events and community use.
Just north of Aberdeen Pavilion, this courtyard is home to the Ottawa Farmers’ Market.
In warmer months, the skating court is converted into basketball courts. During major events at TD Place, the bike corral occupies this space and basketball is unavailable.
A colourful, dynamic and fully accessible play space featuring a play structure for children.
A demonstration garden with a variety of local decorative and edible plants. Food crops are donated to the Centretown Emergency Food Centre.
Lansdowne’s history is reflected in this heritage gateway, flanked by Aberdeen Pavilion and the Horticulture Building.
The courtyard west of Aberdeen Pavilion, is the main entrance to the park from the Shops at Lansdowne.
With a capacity of up to 17,000 people, the Great lawn is a great space for festivals, family picnics, or a game of ultimate.
Lansdowne Park features more than 800 trees, including an orchard of heirloom apple trees.
Overlooking the great lawn, the Hill features “Moving Surfaces,” a sculpture that uses light-emitting diodes (LEDs) to project dynamic video.
This heritage building is a revitalized public space for special events and community use.
During non-event periods, short-term parking for drop-off/pick-up is permitted along the shuttle loop at the northeast entrance to the park.
A series of skateboard ramps ideally suited to beginners.
Ottawa’s newest refrigerated outdoor skating rink is featured prominently in the City’s winter programs.
South of Aberdeen Pavilion, this square offers seating and space for outdoor performances and festivals.
Enjoy the soothing sounds of cascading water from the “Uplift” monument or the 52 dancing water jets that encourage play throughout the summer months.
This stunning 24,000 seat stadium is home to the Ottawa Redblacks (Canadian Football League) and the Ottawa Fury FC (North American Soccer League). The arena at TD Place has a capacity of over 9,000 and is home of the Ottawa 67’s (Ontario Hockey League). Both venues can also host concerts and special events.
This mixed-use area includes 280 residential units and 360,000 sq. ft of commercial space, including a new 10 screen movie theatre. The Shops at Lansdowne form part of the Glebe Business Improvement Area to find out more about shopping in the area head to their websites.
The Element High School is also located at Lansdowne Park.