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Downtown Toronto, Old Toronto : parcs et nature

Meilleurs parcs

Parc
“Features six greenhouses comprising over 16,000 square feet of colourful seasonal plants which supplement the permanent plant collection. ”
  • Recommandé par 135 habitants
Farm
“On the site of the Riverdale Zoo, where from 1888 to 1974 prairie wolves howled at night and spooked the Cabbagetown kids, Riverdale Farm is a downtown rural oasis. Now a working farm and museum, it has two barns, a summer wading pool, and pens of feathered and furry friends. Kids follow the farmers around as they do their daily chores, including milking goats and collecting eggs. Visitors can learn about a particular animal during the daily 'Farmer Demo' at 11:30am. From June to October there's also a Tuesday farmers market from 3pm to 7pm.”
  • Recommandé par 139 habitants
Parc
“Awesome view of the city! A great place spend a summer afternoon and don’t miss the summer sunset. Should you want anything to drink or snack on, there is a great coffee shop across the street, Rooster Coffee Shop. ”
  • Recommandé par 112 habitants
Parc
“A cute little spot for a great picture of the city at night time - great skyline shot!”
  • Recommandé par 23 habitants
Jardin
“Walk 5 minutes to The Music Garden and enjoy the weekly FREE performances that happen throughout the summer months.”
  • Recommandé par 43 habitants
Magasin de vélo
“The jewel in the landscape of the West Don Lands, Corktown Common is a 7.3 hectare (18 acre) park located at the foot of Lower River Street and Bayview Avenue. Situated on former industrial lands, the park has transformed an underutilized brownfield into a spectacular park and community meeting place featuring a marsh, sprawling lawns, urban prairies, playground areas, a splash pad and a variety of inviting features like a fireplace, permanent barbeque, large communal picnic tables and washrooms.”
  • Recommandé par 29 habitants
Parc
“This is one of the best places in the city to see the downtown skyline without going to the island. A quiet marina and century old trees create a cool place to relax during the summer months. Relatively quiet and not that busy in peak months. Used as a major hub for exercise and bicycling traffic from the city's core.”
  • Recommandé par 22 habitants
Parc
“It is a few steps from the Lofts and a great oasis from the core downtown. St Lawrence Market is across the street, grab lunch from the food hall and have a picnic in the park.”
  • Recommandé par 28 habitants

Aires de jeux

Parc
“St. Andrew's Playground is a small park in downtown Toronto with a dogs off leash area, It is located at the 450 Adelaide Street West. ”
  • Recommandé par 3 habitants

Plages

Beach
“Peaceful place to enjoy the lake. It is a small man-made beach. There tend to be less crowd here. Great resting spot along the Toronto waterfront. ”
  • Recommandé par 87 habitants
Parc
“Another awesome man-made beach with yellow umbrellas to relax under in the summer heat! ”
  • Recommandé par 16 habitants
Pool
“Municipal pool in the summer and skating in the winter. Pretty good. Please check hours for free swim. Open only during the summer. ”
  • Recommandé par 2 habitants

Sentiers

Trail
“With high end retailers in big beautiful and clean shops this may be the Fifth Ave of Toronto (hate making NY comparisons!). This is the grown up and got a great job version of its parallel Queen West's young and kinda profess vibe. Don't get me wrong. I prefer Queen West for its small cool shops but you can't deny the beauty of Hermes next to Mikimoto as side eyes Holt's. ”
  • Recommandé par 3 habitants
Trail
“Take a drive along the prettiest road in the city and hit Toronto Necropolis Cemetry and Riverdale Farm while you're there. Greektown is close by as well. Go for Retsina and souvlaki at Ouzeri's on the Danforth”
  • Recommandé par 4 habitants
Trail
“Bloor-Yorkville is an area of Toronto most famous for high-end shopping, restaurants, and art galleries. This neighborhood is also home to the Royal Ontario Museum and the Gardiner Museum of Ceramic Art. Yorkville is a delightful anomaly in the midst of Toronto high rises and shopping malls. Many celebrities stroll the sidewalks of Yorkville, especially during the Toronto International Film Festival. Boundaries: Yorkville can be found between Yonge and Avenue and Scollard and Bloor, about a 30-minute walk from Union Station and a 20-minute walk from the Eaton Centre.”
  • Recommandé par 1 habitant