Address: 90 Ave. & 24 St. S.W.
Parking: free lot parking
Gordie’s Review (12 years old): “Really unique and fun. I liked it.”
Nicky’s Review (9 years old): “I liked the big music poles that made loud music for very long. I also liked the xylophone that has music in a book that you could play.”
Robbie’s Review (6 years old): “I liked the big big musical instrument.”
Age Range: 2-12 years
Ground cover: paved pathways. Wood chips by log climbers
Features: Many outdoor musical instruments. A small big of stumps for climbing. Stage with lights and power.
Surrounding park area: This park is a short walk from the Inclusive playground and spray park at South Glenmore Park. It has a great view of the Glenmore Reservoir and is connected via pathways to the South Glenmore Bike Park.
Accessibility: All the musical features are accessible.
Shade: large mature trees by the play area
Seating: There are benches and picnic tables set further back into the park.
The Quinterra Legacy Garden celebrates five young people who lives were lost in 2014, in the neighborhood of Brentwood in Calgary.
This music garden is the first of it’s kind in Calgary and provides a unique place for people to come together. It is a family friendly music garden and performance space.
The musical instruments are fantastic and it provides a very different, complementary experience from the nearby playground.
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2 thoughts on “Quinterra Legacy Garden – South Glenmore Park”
I just wondered where the idea came from to put the instruments in the park?
you may be able to find more information here: https://quinterralegacygarden.com/