Allan Gardens Conservatory, Toronto
Categories: Gardens, Nature & Parks
Stroll through Allan Gardens Conservatory, a historical set of buildings and gardens filled with exotic and native plant life. The centerpiece glass and cast-iron conservatory dates from 1910 and houses a collection of tall banana plants, bamboos, and screw pines. Four other greenhouses display differing collections of plants from across the world, including an impressive range of cacti and succulents, orchids and bromeliads, cypresses and citruses. A playground offers pleasant diversion for younger visitors, while outdoor seasonal flower shows keep the gardens blooming and lush throughout the year. Work out when and for how long to visit Allan Gardens Conservatory and other Toronto attractions using our handy Toronto itinerary builder.
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We travelled up to College metro and walked to the gardens. a nice park and dog park and then the conservatory and palm house with flowers, trees, palm trees, cactus, a nice treat from the cold or fro... read more »
Achei o lugar bem bonitinho, principalmente os arredores... a praça para cachorros... Se não tiver tanto tempo disponível, não compensa... apesar de ser entrada gratuita, só vá se realmente gostar de ... read more »I found the cute French place, especially around ... the square for dogs. If you don't have much time available, not power. Although it's free entry, just go if you really like plants or pictures.show original
This gem never disappoints! If you need a lift of your spirits or your humidity level, visit Allan Gardens. There is always something in bloom to cheer your spirit.
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