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Best parks in Downtown Toronto, Old Toronto

Park
“Features six greenhouses comprising over 16,000 square feet of colourful seasonal plants which supplement the permanent plant collection. ”
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Farm
“An authentic 1850's farm in downtown Toronto. Get in touch with Canada's rural heritage at the farm located on the eastern edge of Cabbagetown. It's free and there is a farmers market every Tuesday!”
140local recommendations
Park
“^ the photos here really don’t do this park justice. It has a beautiful view of the Toronto skyline (perfect for a photo!) and it’s the perfect place to watch the sun set. If you’re feeling up for the walk I would do here and to the other side of the park and check out Riverdale farm! ”
106local recommendations
Garden
“Walk 5 minutes to The Music Garden and enjoy the weekly FREE performances that happen throughout the summer months.”
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Park
“A cute little spot for a great picture of the city at night time - great skyline shot!”
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Bike Shop
“The jewel in the landscape of the West Don Lands, Corktown Common is a 7.3 hectare (18 acre) park located at the foot of Lower River Street and Bayview Avenue. Situated on former industrial lands, the park has transformed an underutilized brownfield into a spectacular park and community meeting place featuring a marsh, sprawling lawns, urban prairies, playground areas, a splash pad and a variety of inviting features like a fireplace, permanent barbeque, large communal picnic tables and washrooms.”
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Park
“The list of parks in the area is endless. Enjoy a walk along the water in both directions and feast your eyes.”
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Park
“Recommend walking down by the water on a nice day. You also have the option to take a boat to Centre Island.”
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Park
“Beautiful park with nice gardens and kids play area. Great place to sit down, relax and read a book. ”
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Park
“Another awesome man-made beach with yellow umbrellas to relax under in the summer heat! ”
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Park
“Take your dog to the fenced off dog area, play a baseball game, get some tennis in, or just lounge on the grass. A great place to hang out in the summer if you want to avoid the masses that gather at Trinity Bellwoods”
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Café
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“One of my favorite parks in the city - I recommend going there at night to see the beautiful skyline of the city ! ”
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Park
“Torontian brewery. Go for a tour and learn how they make beer. You can enjoy one while you do the tour and then get more at the end at the bar. ”
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Park
“Victoria Memorial Square is a park and former cemetery in Toronto, Ontario, Canada. Established in 1793 as the burial place for those affiliated with the nearby Fort York, it was the first cemetery to be used by European settlers in what would become the city of Toronto.”
10local recommendations
Park
“Village of Yorkville Park is the perfect green space in the heart of Toronto's trendiest neighbourhood. Born from an international design competition, the park celebrates the history of the area, while reflecting the diversity of the Canadian landscape. Escape the hustle and bustle with this intimate garden and masterpiece of landscape architecture.”
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Plaza
“city Hall, has the big Toronto Sign and in winter months you can skate on the "fountain". They have skate rentals there.”
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