Mosaïculture Gatineau 2018
Larger than life!

5.5 million
plants of 210 species and varieties
45 majestic floral masterpieces,
composed of more than 125 works
60 to 90 minutes
of fun on a path that’s over 1 km long





A grand exhibition

Mosaïculture Gatineau 2018 is an exhibition unique in its kind in the world and one of the most spectacular ever presented. This year, for the first time, a garden on the exhibition site presents and identifies all the plants used. You’re also invited to attend demonstrations to discover how a Mosaiculture work is made.

Over 12 million visitors from around the world have admired the works since the creation of mosaïcultures in 2000. Come check it out!

The Man Who Planted Trees – tribute to Frédéric Back

A colourful program!

August 15
Grand Tintamarre

Mosaïculture will honour its friends in the Acadian community on the occasion of their national holiday.

We hold this community especially close to our heart since the founder of Mosaïcultures internationales de Montréal, Lise Cormier, is an emeritus Acadian by origin.

Join the Grand Tintamarre which will start at 5:30 p.m. in front of Parliament and finish at Gatineau’s Jacques-Cartier Park. The Grand Tintamarre will parade through the Byward Market before crossing the Alexandra Bridge into Gatineau.

Thanks to the event’s partnership with Mosaïculture, participants will have access to the Mosaïculture Gatineau 2018 site where they can admire artworks and enjoy Acadian entertainment and music.

SEE THE PROGRAMMING

August 18 and 19
Contest – Put yourself in the frame!

Celebrate the International Photography Day by posting a selfie on social media live from Jacques-Cartier Park.

TO WIN: 10 PACKAGES FOR THE CAPITAL REGION’S NATIONAL MUSEUMS.

To enter, share your selfie on Facebook or Instagram with the 3 following hashtags:
#MosaicultureGatineau2018 #Outaouaisfun #MyOttawa

SEE THE PROGRAMMING

August 25 and 26
1914-18 World War Memorial

Come see us again to discover this theme’s full details. Beautiful surprises await you!

Getting there

The entrance to the exhibit is located at the corner of Laurier and Saint-Étienne streets.

Route : STO (31, 33, 67) OC Transpo (44)

Consult the map for the parking lots location