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Edwards Gardens

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Lawrence Ave. E. and Leslie St., Toronto, Ontario M3C 1P2 Canada
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Neeta P wrote a review Nov 2020
Toronto, Canada28 contributions6 helpful votes
Started walking here last year and now live it. Lots of different trails and you will always find something new everytime. Love walking in every season. Just that the place gets super crowded when the weather is good.
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Date of experience: December 2020
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operalover939 wrote a review Oct 2020
Toronto, Canada2,517 contributions1,689 helpful votes
Several years have passed since we last visited Edwards Gardens, but in these pandemic days we are retracing our steps through a number of parks and ravines. On Sunday afternoon the Gardens were quite full, though it was cool and overcast. Evidently many other people had the same idea we did. The flowers are mostly gone now, though asters and chrysanthemums are still in flower. The scenery is nice as always. The cafe is open, as is the gift shop.
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Date of experience: October 2020
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Michael A wrote a review Aug 2020
Toronto, Canada462 contributions163 helpful votes
A little underwhelming when you consider botanical gardens in - well - just about any other city in North America or Europe, but this one, despite it's proximity to not much other than upscale housing (and problematic to get to via public transit)..it transcends it's naturally occurring obstacles and in the end is - pretty ,well-kept, well sign-posted, and has plenty of parking and a small cafe for a coffee or nibble. The valley portion is very natural and pretty while the more studied, planned and tamed upper is designed to impress. Lovely shop for gardeners and gifters, a pleasant water feature, and an event space which seems often to host weddings, makes it a popular spot. Check it out.....
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Date of experience: July 2020
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Reza Sattarzadeh wrote a review Aug 2020
Muscat, Oman1,993 contributions315 helpful votes
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Also known as Toronto Botanical Gardens, Edwards Gardens is an ideal place to have some time in nature. It's a huge lark where you can go for a long walk or a time out with yourself. It can also be a nice spot for a picnic if you're in the mood.
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Date of experience: July 2020
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Anita Sirk wrote a review Mar 2020
Toronto, Canada2 contributions2 helpful votes
I feel a little embarassed by Edwards Gardens because they are waiting for Toronto Botanical Garden to fix the broken patio, bridge, and other crumbling areas when they have money. Toronto Botanical Gardens fought for management control of this place, and got it in 2018, and then first thing they did (after making their vision plan) was to charge parking fees. I think Rupert Edwards would turn in his grave if he knew, because he sold it to Metro Parks on the condition that there would never be any fees charged to enter his former estate. I'm so disappointed in the city's decision to allow the TBG to do this to the public. Otherwise, this is a beautiful park, full of memories for me and my family and friends, I go there almost every week in every season to walk.
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Date of experience: March 2020
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