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Features six greenhouses comprising over 16,000 square feet of colourful seasonal plants which supplement the permanent plant collection.
Allan Gardens (founded in 1858) is one of the oldest parks in Toronto. It has a conservatory, a playground and two fenced off-leash areas for dogs.
This park boasts a conservatory that is filled with incredible plants. The setting is cool because the park outside has a lot of homeless people connecting and then there is this other world where everything is so beautiful juxtaposed against that. I love it. Also it's free.
A compact botanical garden, entrance is free and has lots of varieties of plants/flowers
The over 100 year old building is nestled in the middle of the park amongst flowers, bushes and trees which can make it easy to miss. When you enter it it’s as though you’ve stepped into another world, completely cut off from the hustle and bustle of busy Toronto life. It’s open year-round, seven…
The conservancy is the perfect humid pit stop on a winter afternoon. To be honest the southeast end of this park borders on a rough neighbourhood so I would stick to the conservancy and find a different park to explore!