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Evergreen Brick Works, Toronto

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4.3/5 based on 140+ 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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  • We arrived at the Brickworks at the end of a beautiful walk through Mud Creek. The Brickworks is built on a former clay quarry which has been renovated. The centre has a cafe, a garden centre, a solar...  read more »
  • This place is a gem a must see , regardless of the season a great place to go and escape the hustle and bustle of the city, right on the DVP surrounded by the DVP park , a major industrial site has tr...  read more »
  • our Toronto Friendship Force Club of 16 members took a group of visitors from Greater Detroit Friendship Force to the Brickwork's on Saturday. First we had a private tour of the area. I'd give it a 10...  read more »
  • 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!
  • A secluded place where you can to enjoy nature in the middle of Toronto. Bring your bike or just hike in the trails. You can also enjoy cold beer or wine in the brewery cafe.
  • Great space. It is wonderful place to take family as you can walk around the grounds. In the winter, they convert the inner courtyard to a skating rink. Bike accessible. Paid parking.
  • We've been coming here at least monthly for over 5 years. It's a great nature oasis in the middle of the city, a true gem. The year-round Saturday farmer's market is probably the best in the city. Just beware: parking is a nightmare. Either go very early, or take the bus, bike, hike, Uber, etc. Otherwise, paradoxically, you'll spend 20 minutes circling the parking lots wasting fuel in order to visit this eco-themed complex. The jury is out regarding whether the very recent addition of free valet parking helps or hurts the parking situation.
  • Love this place! The Saturday market is the best. So many great vendors offering fresh local produce, organic coffees, baked goods and the best waffles I've ever tried. The grounds are beautiful and it's no wonder that it is on National Geographic's top 10 geo-tourism spots & voted Best Wilderness Area by NowToronto.
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