Confederation Park also has tulips blooming in the flowerbeds at the moment, and some of them are arranged around this totem pole. I took the shots here about a week ago.
Just up Elgin Street is the National Arts Centre, where these tulips can be found in planters on the traffic island dividing the street. I'll be featuring these again from another angle in my next update post for the NAC, since I took shots there as well that day.
And a little further up is the National War Memorial, where tulips are to be found in the flowerbeds and the planters at the south end of the terrace. The Memorial is the heart of what is referred to as Confederation Square.
Moving over to the west side of Elgin, the Langevin Block stands at the intersection with Wellington Street. Here, this view of the Peace Tower includes the planters filled with tulips. The Langevin Block has the distinction of being the only Parliamentary block not being on Parliament Hill itself, which officially starts on the north side of Wellington. It houses the offices and staff of the Prime Minister. Tomorrow we'll have a look at the tulips on Parliament Hill itself at the moment.