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Allan Gardens Conservatory

19 Horticultural Ave | Between Jarvis, Sherbourne, Dundas and Gerrard Sts., Toronto, Ontario M5A 2P2, Canada
+1 416-392-7259
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Great for "crazy plant lady"

been there with a friend. As two "crazy plant lady", we really like the moment that we spent there... read more

Reviewed 3 days ago
Erika G
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Montreal, Canada
A Gem in the Heart of Toronto

Very small gardens but very nice and peaceful. Well maintained. Ideal for taking a short walk with... read more

Reviewed 6 days ago
stevendD6925DX
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Donated by a prominent local philanthropist, these gardens boast a beautiful glass-domed Victorian structure.
  • Excellent53%
  • Very good36%
  • Average9%
  • Poor1%
  • Terrible1%
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19 Horticultural Ave | Between Jarvis, Sherbourne, Dundas and Gerrard Sts., Toronto, Ontario M5A 2P2, Canada
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+1 416-392-7259
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Reviewed 3 days ago

been there with a friend. As two "crazy plant lady", we really like the moment that we spent there. No need to explain why this is a great attraction when i'm saying that it's FREE.

Thank Erika G
Reviewed 6 days ago

Very small gardens but very nice and peaceful. Well maintained. Ideal for taking a short walk with a date.

Thank stevendD6925DX
Reviewed 1 week ago

I go here several times every winter for "colour therapy". Outside is cold, grey, white and brown. Inside is warm, humid and full of colour. An oasis from winter.

Thank Slonar
Reviewed 1 week ago

This botanical garden is home to some of the beautiful plants and as soon as you walk in you can smell the flowers. lovely place and indoors in case you hit a rainy day.

Thank Alia D
Reviewed 1 week ago

Tucked away in the Toronto suburbs is Allan Gardens. The conservatory in the middle of the park is well worth a visit to see flowers and plants within it. Quite small compared to some but still very colourful and interesting.

Thank wakey47
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

Interesting indoor botanical gardens type spot. Basically a huge greenhouse building filled with a wide variety of tropical and desert environment plants, all year round. Only negative is the surrounding park area is filled with numerous vagrants and street people, occupying (sleeping) most of the...More

Thank Wayne C
Reviewed 4 weeks ago

Wonderful indoor place to walk around, look at flowers, and take pictures. When I was there, saw a mixed of old and young people all enjoying their time there. Probably won't take more than 30 minutes at this location. Lots of different kinds of flowers...More

Thank laughingemily
Reviewed 4 weeks ago

I was very excited to visit Allen Garden's but was quickly disappointed. The plants inside are very boring. The only one I found interesting was the cactus. I saw a lot of homeless people here and I did not feel safe. It is very small....More

1  Thank nzggator
Reviewed 2 September 2017

Cute small indoor garden close to the university campus. It is located in a lively area, full of shops and coffee places. Don’t need to buy a ticket for it, free entrance. It is very small, so it takes about half an hour, even less....More

Thank NicolaOrl
Reviewed 1 September 2017

If your soul needs some time in nature in the midst of the busy city of @Toronto we recommend you head to @allangardens Tropical plants and warm moist air greets you as do flowers and other rare plants. This is a must see for both...More

1  Thank JESleeth
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Drew C
7 May 2017|
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Response from betancourtlourdes | Reviewed this property |
And if you visit it during the winter is a lovely experience as everything inside is green and warm when outside is cold and white!
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BasEsther
12 February 2017|
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Response from DB1988 | Reviewed this property |
It's free I believe it's open from 9 until 5
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Ejreas
5 June 2016|
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Response from bnlhenry | Reviewed this property |
9-5 on weekdays and 10-5 on weekends for the conservatory. Outside gardens always open
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