Humanics Sanctuary and Sculpture Park
The Humanics Institute develops and maintains a multi-religious, multi-cultural, and multi-generational Humanics Sanctuary and Sculpture Park in the Nation’s Capital.
The Humanics Sanctuary and Sculpture Park is one of the major initiatives of the Humanics Institute.
Sculptures representing themes on the human condition, philosophic concepts, and imagery representative of various faiths from around the world are integrated with nature nine-acre wooded ravine with walking trails and quaint bridges over a meandering creek.
Located in Cumberland a historic village in the east end of Canada’s National Capital Region, the park offers walking trails and areas for reflection and meditation. Zones dedicated to major religions provide areas suitable for celebrations, ceremonies and religious services.
3468 Old Montreal Road