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St. James Park, Toronto

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  • Whilst on a walking tour of Toronto, we made a brief stop at this park, after visiting St. James Cathedral. Our guide explained that part of the park covers an area where cholera pits were used for bu...  more »
  • Beautiful city park in the summer. The flowers in the gardens are changed regularly. But have to say Watch out for the homeless!  more »
  • The Park is next to the St James Anglican Cathedral. On the way back stopped on the way to the St. Lawrence market became so concerned about. In the park itself is well maintained and is a beautiful, but somewhat in the Park people felt concern over the security. I'd better not go at night particularly.
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  • Mid sized park. Nothing too fancy. Like most parks, it's barren in the winter, but busy in the summer. In the summers, sometimes there are events that passersby can enjoy (e.g. live swing band, where couples will dance and stuff). It's kinda nice. Good looking church nearby. Beautiful during the day, creepy at night (good for photos, if you're into that)
  • The gardens are beautiful. Saw an owl once in a tree on the east side of the park. Great during the day, but can attract some unsavory characters at night. Church looks nice. In the summertime, lots of wedding photos happening, and there's the odd film shoot. Can get crowded with people and pets but still a nice reprieve from the nearby hustle and bustle.
  • Very unique and interesting park with a rich history. The gardens always seem to be changing and are meticulously planned by the Garden Club of Toronto. Large trees with wide canopies cover the hilly park, and there is a large gazebo. The park frequently hosts special events, such as concerts, outdoor movies, or picnics.
  • Very well maintained and clean. Has a gazebo and it's by a church
  • Great gardens and perfect spot to rest during lunch hours. Located in the heart of downtown