The Garden Landscape Guide

Allan Gardens Conservatory

Allan Gardens is one of the oldest parks in Toronto. The land was donated by politician George William Allan in 1858 and the park was officially opened by the Prince of Wales in 1860. There are 6 greenhouses, of which the centre piece is the Palm House (1910).

19 Horticultural Avenue, Toronto, Ontario, Canada, M5A 2P2

Daily. Open 10am to 5pm.

Free

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  • over 4 years by Charlotte 5 / 5

    Another remarkable garden and a very well-kept secret! Located right in the heart of Toronto's up and coming Cabbagetown, this is a magical retreat from city life - a series of glasshouses, with astounding planting! Take a break from the hustle and bustle and admire all the different plants - really worth a visit - and not mentioned in any of the tourist guides! And, best of all, it's free!

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Allan Gardens Conservatory, Toronto Photograph © Charlotte Weychan
Allan Gardens Conservatory Photograph © Charlotte Weychan
Allan Gardens Conservatory, Ontario Photograph © Charlotte Weychan
Allan Gardens Conservatory, Canada Photograph © Charlotte Weychan
Fountain, Allan Gardens Conservatory Photograph © Charlotte Weychan