A collection of plants from around the world housed in a cast-iron & glass building dating to 1910. Its historic, cast-iron and glass domed “Palm House” was built in 1910 and is designated under the Ontario Heritage Act. A botanical gem in the heart of the city, Allan Gardens has a permanent collection of exotic plants and beautiful seasonal flower shows.
19 Horticultural Ave
Toronto has many other sights to visit during your stay.
Located on Cecil Street, in the heart of one of Toronto's traditional working class neighbourhoods. An area rich in Jewish, Chinese and labour history.
This is a restaurant.
Neill-Wycik Co-operative is located in downtown Toronto, minutes’ walk from major attractions & sites.
An independent, multicultural bookstore specializing in books from the African & Caribbean Diaspora.