It’s hard to believe that this trip to Toronto was almost a full year ago, but it was. If you’ve been following me for a while you’d know that my first trip to Canada was back in 2016 and I instantly fell in love with Toronto and Montreal. I’ve been back almost every year since. The last trip was a spontaneous weekend escape with my mom (who didn’t fully understand why I love Toronto so much, but after that trip she started to get the idea) and we had a blast roaming around the city having our adventures.
I will be doing a separate post on how we spent our 48 hours in the city, but for now I’m focusing on our walk around the Allan Gardens Park and Conservatory. It’s a stunning garden that is somehow free to visit! Absolutely unheard of in New York, so I’m so grateful to a city that is willing to support a beautiful thing like this in the middle of the city.
The Allan Gardens Park and Conservatory is open seven days a week 365 days a year and has 6 gorgeous houses for you to walk through. We visited in March when it was snowing outside, but inside the houses were beautiful gardens that are clearly well cared for.
On to the photos!
If you’re an amateur botanist or just in Toronto looking for a place to hid from the snow this beautiful escape in the middle of the city is the perfect place to go see some beautiful species as you wander through different climates. I’m so looking forward to going back to Toronto (hopefully this year) and seeing this favorite place of mine again.
More garden reviews coming soon!