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Queen's Park

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Address: College St. & University Ave., Toronto, Ontario, Canada
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Where the power brokers work in Toronto.

A wonderful park allows you the opportunity to enjoy a stroll surrounded by tree's and many squirrels. Visiting The palace of Power that is Queens Park is an exciting affair... read more

Reviewed 2 January 2017
Toronto, Canada
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Newcastle, United Kingdom
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Reviewed 6 days ago NEW via mobile

I went to this park early this morning, it was amazing some of the stuff I saw there. The building was an iconic design, the park was neat , the gardens layout was fantastic. Saw a lot of people taking pictures of some of the great inventors of the city. Nice place to explore what the city have to offer

Thank princeiseoluwa
Toronto, Canada
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Reviewed 28 February 2017

Like the title says, I wish there was more to do in this park than to just stroll through. Despite being such a massive park, this feels like a leftover space in the City. Some interesting art features or places to host other activities would be great for this location. It feels more like an unsafe dead space.

Thank Kunal C
Toronto, Canada
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Reviewed 2 January 2017

A wonderful park allows you the opportunity to enjoy a stroll surrounded by tree's and many squirrels. Visiting The palace of Power that is Queens Park is an exciting affair. Hopefully you can meet one of Ontario's MPP's or the premier. Attend a session of The Ontario Legislature too. Perhaps a protest is happening out front you can experience and... More 

1 Thank skaszab2016
Toronto, Canada
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Reviewed 31 December 2016

It's absolutely pretty to walk in the park and see the skyline through the trees. Lots of cute little squirrels around. Sommer visits provide some shade and benches to relax your feet while sightseeing the city. In winter I have already seen cross country skiers :-)

Thank Golfin2006
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Reviewed 20 December 2016

I have walked around the grounds many times. The area is beautiful. Best time to go: Canada Day. Free hot dogs and drinks and lots of people having fun.

Thank MexicoFanatic
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Reviewed 14 October 2016

I love it here. It's quite close from our house here, and it is amazing to relax. We were working close by, and it was amazing to get lunch sitting on the benches here. Many squirrels, nice people exercising, beautiful views. Worth a visit if time is not a problem in your visit in toronto.

1 Thank mcorassa
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Reviewed 29 September 2016

Great place to learn about Ontario's political roots! Would recommend taking a tour they are free and enjoyable! Big, sprawling equipment and plenty of space to run around.

Thank KarolaRS
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Reviewed 12 September 2016 via mobile

Its a beautiful place to rest , and take a picture, including in front of the government buildings (what a beautiful construction with a beautiful garden on it) ;) besides this , it's only a square.

Thank Fernanda M
Richmond, Virginia
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Reviewed 10 September 2016

Was getting a lot of use when we stopped by. Nicely designed and taken care of. Not a "must see" but a great spot for a rest/break if you are nearby.

Thank Will M
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Reviewed 23 August 2016

This park was beautiful to walk through! The park was clean and there were people lounging all over. Really sweet to see.

Thank Sarah S

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