Not a big park, but it is lovely, just walk around and take pictures! You can enjoy Toronto sunshine there!
About Queen's Park
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Lots of jogging/walking/biking trails, benches, and tables throughout. Your standard oasis in the city. Pretty, and a nice walk to go for lunch after trips to the museum, look at the Uof T architecture, and watch the city go by.
Lovely green area in central Toronto surrounded by historic buildings, including the legislative assembly. It's not anything like the scale of a Central Park or Hyde Park but a pleasant area to wander round and relax, and very quiet in the early morning when I...More
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...More
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...More
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...More
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...More
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.
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...More