Carrying on down the path on the Museum's property takes us past this waterway, where the water from the fountains above descend towards the Ottawa River.
The path leads to this bed of tulips by the river, named for Malak Karsh, the landscape photographer and founder of the Tulip Festival. One of his most famous photographs was taken from this spot, with Parliament Hill and the Chateau Laurier prominent on the other side. This year there were two types of tulips in the bed. Nearby was a tulip in the brush, a reminder of a previous year- probably replanted by a squirrel.