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Evergreen Brick Works, Toronto

(4.3/5 based on 180+ reviews on the web)
Urban sustainability comes to life at Evergreen Brick Works, a center of deteriorating heritage buildings that have been repurposed into a vibrant public space that plays host to a number of community events. Check the center’s schedule to take part in workshops and events encompassing design, ecology, art, and technology. A farmers market showcasing delicious, local organic produce also operates at the center. Bring younger members of the family to the center’s children’s garden, a friendly green area where kids can connect with nature. For Evergreen Brick Works and beyond, use our Toronto vacation builder to get the most from your Toronto vacation.
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  • love to ride there on a bike, go to the market, have a coffee, wander around. HAve been there to see exhibits and a presentation. A wonderful spot in our city that is used well! Go for a walk there th...  more »
  • Evergreen Canada has done a phenominal thing for Toronto - it has taken an abandoned brick work site, and turned it into a model of enivornmental living. The conversion of the builds are fascinating -...  more »
  • This unique place is a gem in busy Toronto. You can see and feel the passion of people at the farmers market or even the food truck (the Duck Confit Poutine, $10, was awesome, and it was a big serving...  more »
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  • So many positives about this place. Wonderful to go and watch multicolored leaves during fall season, great foodtruck festivals and farmers market every weekend during summer and some great activities during spring as well. Good place to support local artists/farmers (handmade crafts and organic homegrown food). Evergreen also hosts two bike shops, one of which you can learn how to use a variety of tools and service your own bike. Definitely a must go.
  • I love this place! It is the best place to go for an all season outdoor trail. This place has great views every season and it's definitely the most beautiful during spring and fall. You can even go skating here in winter! In addition this place is very kid friendly with their fun kids garden center. This place also has a great learning center that talks about Toronto's history and how the Brickworks became what it is today. Overall a great place for dates and family.
  • Great concept and place for events! I really want to go to the farmers market soon. EDIT: I went to the Sunday Farmers' Market and was no disappointed. Although it is supposed to get smaller than the Saturday on, there were still plenty of vendors and food options to choose from. It was busy but a good level of busy. @bikingtogetfood
  • Really cool place! They have some really neat products inside the store...can definitely find some cool gifts! Everything looks to be small-batch or small-business, so it's a bit expensive. Parking was paid, which I found a little weird. It was raining when we came, so it wasn't too busy. Cool place to stroll around and visit though!
  • The Brickworks are a great place to spend Saturday or Sunday morning - farmer's market, some tasty food from the vendors, and maybe a beer if you're feeling cheeky. Take a hike and enjoy nature. In the past couple years it has gotten increasingly popular with people who drive down, and so parking looks like it is usually at a premium. If you can, ride your bike. Especially with those sweet new bike lanes going in on Bayview imminently. DING DING!