Allan Gardens

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, ON
M5A 2P2

Other Sights

Toronto has many other sights to visit during your stay.

  • United Steelworkers Hall

    United Steelworkers Hall

    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.



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  • Neill-Wycik Co-operative

    Neill-Wycik Co-operative

    Neill-Wycik Co-operative is located in downtown Toronto, minutes’ walk from major attractions & sites.

  • A Different Booklist

    A Different Booklist

    An independent, multicultural bookstore specializing in books from the African & Caribbean Diaspora.