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Zurakowski Park

Hwy 60, Barry's Bay, Ontario, Canada
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A wonderful tribute to Jan Zurakowski

I used to know Jan who visited us frequently at our office in NRC. He was heavily involved in the... read more

Reviewed 30 September 2016
rennickr
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Ottawa, Canada
History and Relaxation

We visit this park frequently. The history is a large part of the reason we visit so often. It... read more

Reviewed 5 September 2016
Gail R
,
Peterborough, Canada
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Hwy 60, Barry's Bay, Ontario, Canada
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Reviewed 30 September 2016

I used to know Jan who visited us frequently at our office in NRC. He was heavily involved in the Avro Arrow program and an extraordinary pilot with amazing stories to tell. This park is a fantastic tribute not just to Jan, but to Canadian...More

Thank rennickr
Reviewed 5 September 2016

We visit this park frequently. The history is a large part of the reason we visit so often. It has an interesting story to tell. It is in the middle of Barry's Bay allowing to not only have a little rest but also to engage...More

1  Thank Gail R
Reviewed 21 September 2015

Just because some guy retired in a town doesn't mean they have to make tourism attraction of him would like to see the history of the town not just one people.

5  Thank Venessa M
Reviewed 28 July 2015

The information on the pilot of the plane that is featured there is very interesting. It is so wonderful that Barry's Bay recognizes this most interesting man.

Thank Stephen K
Reviewed 23 July 2015

This is in the middle of town, right across from the train station - interesting if you are an aviation buff. There is a miniature avro arrow and the park honours local resident and world-renowned test pilot Janusz Zurakowski.

2  Thank ontheraodagain
Reviewed 21 July 2015

A nice bit of Canadian Aerospace history. Worth a few minutes but not a destination. If driving through Barry's Bay, a good place to stretch the legs.

Thank Christopher C
Reviewed 7 July 2015

This is a very informative and moving memorial to a great pilot and his contributions to aviation in Canada. You can tell they put some effort into putting this little park together. The story of Zurakowski's exploits during and post-WWII as a pilot and test...More

Thank McNsurg
Reviewed 14 August 2014

You can't miss this stop as you pass through Barry's bay as it's right along the main road; it's worth a quick stop and look. An interesting piece of Canadian History. Barry's Bay has a quaint downtown area with some shops and the Zurakowski park...More

Thank justmy0pinion
Reviewed 5 August 2013 via mobile

I recommend a quick stop at Zurakowski Park for anyone interested in significant Canadian history. However, it is a very small 'park' and a 10-15 min. visit is probably adequate. There is a nice gazebo to have lunch in, a statue, a model of the...More

Thank Stephanie P
Reviewed 15 September 2012

Impressive what the community had done for this citizen. It is like a landmark an attracts the attention of the travellers.

Thank Andreas L
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