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Toronto Island Toronto Islands

The Toronto Islands are a chain of small islands in the city of Toronto.

The Toronto Islands located just 10 minutes ferry ride from the busy downtown Toronto, where you can enjoy the view of the harbourfront, the skyline of downtown Toronto, and the amusement park and rides for the kids.

 Toronto Islands

Botanical Garden Toronto Botanical Garden and Edwards Gardens

The Toronto Botanical Garden, located at Edwards Gardens, is a unique award winning building that allows for a beautiful indoor display of plants year round. You'll also find a complete range of innovative indoor and outdoor learning experiences for all ages including programs, garden tours, nature day camps, and an extensive horticultural library.

 Toronto Botanical Garden

High Park High Park

High Park is Toronto's largest public park featuring many hiking trails, sports facilities,
a beautiful lakefront, convenient parking, easy public transit access, a zoo, playgrounds for children,
 a couple of eateries, greenhouses, picnic areas, a bunch of squirrels and various events throughout the year. High Park is operated by the City of Toronto and you don't have to pay an admission fee to visit the park

  High Park

 Music Garden Music Garden

The garden is designed in six movements, reflecting Bach’s Suite No. 1 in G Major for Unaccompanied Cello.
Each section of the garden reflects a translation of the music into garden spaces.
It is a symbol of Toronto's participation in the international community and a place for everyone to enjoy.

Music Garden 

Music Garden Queen's Park
Queen's Park was opened in 1860 by Edward, Prince of Wales in the Downtown area of Toronto, and one of the oldest urban parks in Canada.
Located the site of the Ontario Legislative Building, which houses the Legislative Assembly of Ontario.

In 1969 the statue of King Edward VII from New Delhi, India, is brought to Toronto and installed in the centre of the Park.
The park is near of the University of Toronto, which occupies most of the surrounding lands.

statue of King Edward VII 

Music GardenToronto Sculpture Garden

The Toronto Sculpture Garden, operated by the City in 1981. Toronto Sculpture Garden converted parking lot into garden.

Garden exhibits temporary works of art by various sculptors.
Toronto Sculpture Garden is not only a good point to rest and admire art and host acclaimed La Marquette restaurant, which overlooks the garden. 

115 King St East
at Church Street
Toronto, ON M5C 1G6  

Sculpture Garden 


 Post Card

 Order a postcard from Toronto, Ontario Canada to anywhere in the world for $5

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