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- It is possible to walk the full length of the Islands, however, a bicycle is highly recommended for getting around more quickly. This enables one to explore the 3 main islands: Ward Island with its quaint and picturesque residences, Centre Island which is the entertainment hub and Hanlon Island, known for being natural. One can also bike across the connecting bridges to some of the smaller islands. There is something for everyone - stunning iconic views of the Toronto skyline, beaches, Centreville Amusement Park, boating, picnic areas, historic lighthouse, to name a few. Also cafes and restaurants, toilets and bike rental. We rented our bikes on the mainland and took them across on the ferry. This allowed us to explore further once we returned to the mainland, before handing our bikes back.Written November 7, 2023This review is the subjective opinion of a Tripadvisor member and not of Tripadvisor LLC. Tripadvisor performs checks on reviews.
- Wasn't expecting much as just whiling away a couple of hours before leaving town but we were pleasantly surprised. It was very interesting & we learned a fair bit, definitely worth a visit.Written September 29, 2023This review is the subjective opinion of a Tripadvisor member and not of Tripadvisor LLC. Tripadvisor performs checks on reviews.
- The best time to come here is during Spring where there is a nice display of tulips and cherry blossoms.Written August 3, 2023This review is the subjective opinion of a Tripadvisor member and not of Tripadvisor LLC. Tripadvisor performs checks on reviews.
- The bluff needs a whole day to unfold its resplendence little by little with each passing hour From sunny and bright to pink skies and warmly lit to dark and star lit skies .. one can see the whole planetery changes in one full day . It clear and sweet tasting water adds to the majestic show of art of mother nature .. people come and laze around or they come in groups to party on the lawns , bar- B - que and have a feast or even swim in the water … overall being close to nature and with your loved ones does wonders to your body and mindWritten December 5, 2023
- Nice place to go in the summer. Many authentic pieces, and storytelling by friendly welcoming volunteers. They are really cool historic sites. This is a must-visit.Written October 10, 2023
- The palm tree section of the gardens is under renovation currently (as of November 2023) so please be aware of that! However, the other 4 sections of the garden are open to the public and are outstanding. You don't need a ton of time here, but if you're into nature and plants at all, then this is a must-do. My fiancé and I loved it.
It's also free! So if you're in the city on a budget, this may be an activity worth checking out.
Yes, there is a homeless encampment in the park. We, however, did not experience any negative situations as a result of this. I would say this is important information to note, but don't avoid the park because of it. These people need a place to be, especially with winter approaching, and unfortunately they don't have any other options. Be kind and compassionate, and put yourself in their shoes rather than jumping to the worst conclusions.Written November 13, 2023
- It is a beautiful place to walk or bike around. In winter time they have a lot of winter activities as well.Written June 10, 2023
- Was there for the Cabbagetown Festival which was fantastic! So many vendors of food and other interesting things. The main street was closed and turned into a festive pedestrian mall, where the different restaurants on the street set up dining areas. And great, free music of all kinds was everywhere. Off of the main street there are many well-preserved Victorian homes and an urban farm with heritage breeds of animals, free admission. There's a beautiful old graveyard near the farm, one of the oldest in Canada. Enjoyed all the little laneways and plaques that honour famous people who lived in the houses. So walkable, but easy access to downtown Toronto by public transit.Written September 22, 2023
- Berczy Park is a short walk from Union Station and St Lawrence Market. It's a place you can take your dog for a walk quite easily and they may enjoy the fountain too.
The fountain is lots of dogs spitting water from their mouths into the water in different locations and there is a bone at the top of the fountain. Perhaps this is what they are all aiming for?
Don't forget to look out for the cats!Written November 14, 2023
- If you are into birding, this park is one of those where you can spend a whole day just identifying and enjoying birds. There's a whole wide area for biking, walking in the trails, spotting and identifying different kinds of warblers, robins, starlings, swans, Canada goose, etc. You can also catch a glimpse of boats docked in the marina adjacent to the park.Written May 13, 2023
- Not only was the food delicious, but the show, Going Bananas was fun and entertaining. Loved every minute of it. It is a must see!Written June 28, 2023
- Thank you batl for creating this sport and keepieng it the same for all this years! Your rock! It is so hard to look at other venues made as mony makers only... Thank you for being true!Written September 14, 2023
- It was our first time playing a VR game and we had a blast! There was a variety of games to choose from and the staff were very patient in answering our questions during both the training session and actual gameplay. I definitely plan on coming back with other friends when I get the chance!Written January 15, 2023
- Lot of Squirrels and birds playing around. Best place to bring family and friends. Clean and quite place.Written September 19, 2021
- Each time I visit this beautiful Post Office Iam very happy with service and professional help.highly recommend.They have a lot of super nice souvenirsWritten July 5, 2023