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Manito Park and Gardens

The old 'Montrose Park' was changed in 1903 to 'Manito Park' meaning 'Spirit of Nature' in the dialect of the Algonquin Native American Tribe. It is a collection of theme gardens including deometrical carpet beds in a sunk garden (designed by John W Duncan), a garden of herbaceous perennials a rose garden and the Nishinomiya Japanese Garden designed by Nagao Sakure.

Manito Park, 1800 Grand Blvd, Spokane, Washington, USA, WA 99202

All year. Daily. Opening hours vary by season.

Free

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