Rideau Hall is the official residence of the Governor General, and the property, consisting of nearly eighty acres, is the most prominent place in New Edinburgh. A good portion of the land is open for the public to stroll. This open area on the west side is a cricket pitch in warmer seasons.
Looking the other way gives a view of the visitor centre.
And this is the rose garden, buried under snow when I was here.
Coming up out of the rose garden takes us to one of the driveways, as well as to some of the ceremonial trees planted on the property by various dignitaries over the decades.