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A quiet enclave off busy Kingston Road. Lovely old trees and a perfect setting for these porticos... read more

Reviewed August 6, 2018
John B
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Oakville, Canada
Hard to get to but great day trip

In the 1950s and 60s, most of Toronto's Victorian heritage buildings were torn down and replaced... read more

Reviewed September 4, 2017
Colin F
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Toronto, Canada
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A unique 88-acre (36-hectare) public park where art meets nature. Located atop the Scarborough Bluffs, Guild Park includes formal gardens, forest areas and architectural fragments preserved from notable - and now demolished - buildings. Landmarks...more
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201 Guildwood Parkway, Toronto, Ontario M1E 1P5, Canada
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Reviewed 4 weeks ago

We attended a wedding her and everything was splendid. The outdoor covered atrium was an idyllic spot for the wedding ceremony. The banquet hall was cavernous, yet cozy. The food was outstanding for a large venue. The beef and lamb chop were medium, not the...More

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JPMason1, President, Friends of Guild Park at Guild Park, responded to this reviewResponded 4 weeks ago

Thank you. We'll pass on your compliments to the folks at Guild Park's Guild Inn Estate who organize the banquets and special events

Reviewed August 28, 2018

Being a Scarborough native, I was familiar with the Guild, but wanted to learn more. I participated in a Jane's Walk tour hosted by John Mason of Friends of the Guild and found the site to be intriguing, romantic and significant to not only the...More

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JPMason1, President, Friends of Guild Park at Guild Park, responded to this reviewResponded August 29, 2018

Thank you for your comments.

Reviewed August 20, 2018

Neat, pretty outdoor area with pieces of historically-significant architecture that has been relocated to the park. Bring a book or a frisbee - it seems like a cool place to just hang out for awhile.More

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JPMason1, President, Friends of Guild Park at Guild Park, responded to this reviewResponded August 21, 2018

Thanks for visiting Guild Park. Books, cameras and walking shoes are all great ways to enjoy the site. Note that the park isn't suited for active sports - like frisbee or ball playing. The gardens get damaged and the groups of visitors - especially bridal...More

Reviewed August 18, 2018

We happened to find this park on a list of hidden treasures when researching things to do in the Toronto area. We are glad we did! What a wonderful idea to save beautiful parts of historic buildings before they were destroyed and display them in...More

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JPMason1, President, Friends of Guild Park at Guild Park, responded to this reviewResponded August 20, 2018

Thank you for visiting Guild Park. Glad you had such a wonderful experience.

Reviewed August 9, 2018 via mobile

The park and the place is very nice. In some building there were people making yoga, then other were having a performance in the park....there are beautiful statues around, very nice place.

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JPMason1, President, Friends of Guild Park at Guild Park, responded to this reviewResponded August 10, 2018

Thank you for visiting.

Reviewed August 6, 2018

A quiet enclave off busy Kingston Road. Lovely old trees and a perfect setting for these porticos and frontages of some of Toronto's most memorable grand buildings of last century and earlier. Well worth a visit.

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JPMason1, President, Friends of Guild Park at Guild Park, responded to this reviewResponded August 8, 2018

Thank you for visiting Guild Park and for your comments.

Reviewed July 9, 2018

I love this place!! I've always wanted to check this place out and when i finally did, I was amazed! This place is just beautiful. It may be small, but it is definitely a place so perfect for a walk with your partner. There was...More

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Reviewed July 2, 2018 via mobile

Guild park is our most often visited place in all season... even in cold winter time too. It’s always hold their scenic view of different old sculptures and monuments that preview bits of history. Well maintained park, trails at the side, view of Lake Ontario,...More

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Reviewed June 5, 2018

Five Seniors, four using canes attended brunch last weekend and found the buildings and amenities challenging. The disabled parking closest to the entrance had a transport truck parked across them. One entrance was blocked by construction equipment. The electronic buttons to open the doors for...More

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Reviewed September 4, 2017

In the 1950s and 60s, most of Toronto's Victorian heritage buildings were torn down and replaced with the modernist structures you see today or worse. Fortunately, the good folks who originally owned the Inn here sought to preserve some pieces and set up what is...More

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Situated astride Lake Ontario, Scarborough is a
district heavily influenced by immigration. With a
number of low-rent shopping and dining options making
it a highly affordable part of town, and boasting one
of Toronto's largest shopping malls, the otherwise
green suburban neighborhood is a good place to go for
bargains and discounts. It also draws in
photographers. The spires, archways, and cavernous
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Yes, the park is still accessible from the Livingston entrance.
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