About Centennial Park Conservatory, Toronto, Ontario, Canada
Centennial Park conservatory, situated in Centennial park was built in 1960’s, as part of federal government’s plan to commemorate Canada’s 100th birthday.
The conservatory has an area of 120000 sq. ft and is run by City of Toronto with the help of Friends of Centennial Park Conservatory.
What to do at Centennial Park Conservatory?
Attractions at Centennial Park Conservatory
The three greenhouses include a tropical house which houses tropical plants; Arid House that displays cacti and succulents, and the show house has changing seasonal bountiful flower displays.
2. Enjoy the seasonal shows which feature seasonal flower shows held during Spring,Easter, Fall and Christmas.
Who will enjoy the attraction the best?
Any one who loves gardens.
Children and adults alike will be delighted to hear Angel, the cockatoo.
Interested in conservatories – See Allan Gardens Conservatory.
When to visit Centennial Park Conservatory?
Centennial Park Conservatory Hours
COVID-19: Open daily from 12 to 4 p.m. from July 14
Time required to visit Centennial Park Conservatory
1/2 an hour to 1 hour.
Best time to visit
A great visit any time of the year, especially during the flower shows. Centennial Park Conservatory is a warm haven in the dead of winter.
From Second Sunday in December.
How much do Centennial Park Conservatory visit cost?
Centennial Park Conservatory Tickets
How to get to Centennial Park Conservatory ?
Centennial Park Conservatory Directions & Location
Centennial park conservatory located in Centennial park grounds, Etobicoke – western part of the City of Toronto. Address: 151 Elmcrest Road, Toronto
Accessible by public transport.
For detailed directions, check the map above (in-page directions) or click on the GPS coordinates .
GPS Coordinates: 43.649282,-79.588531
Free parking onsite.
What about Amenities & Accessibility at Centennial Park Conservatory?
The Conservatory is wheel chair accessible.
None on site. Picnic benches in the grounds.