This path leads to Ireland Park— it’s a little hidden, so it may take some searching.
The park is a memorial to the thousands of Irish who fled to Canada during the Great Famine.
Heads up: some sculptures could be a bit frightening for children.
Irish flags posted along the fence.
A limestone wall— imported from Kilkenny, Ireland— has the names of those who died in 1847.
You can find Ireland Park right next to the Billy Bishop Airport.
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