Allan Gardens Conservatory : Family Fun & Camp: Summer Camp Activities for Kids in Downtown
The Kid Scoop: Toronto Kids Activities directory > Allan Gardens Conservatory
19 Horticultural Ave.
Downtown, M5A 2P2
Six greenhouses comprising over 16,000 square feet. Colourful seasonal plants supplement the permanent plant collection. Of botanical importance since 1858, the conservatory boasts the "Palm House" (1909) modelled after similar structures in the United States and England. Playground area.
Allan Gardens Conservatory : Family Fun & Camp: Summer Camp Activities for Children in Downtown
Family Fun > ParksAllan Gardens Conservatory is over 100 years old and has over 16,000 square feet of greenhouse area. This garden is open to the public year-round. It contains tropical plants from all over the world from palm trees to cacti. There are also seasonal plantings throughout the year. Enjoy 60 minute tours of these historic greenhouses from September through May. The fall splendor of chrysanthemums and seasonal plantings of poinsettia in December make this a memorable tour for all groups. From mid-January to the end of March, the fragrant spring bulb show is displayed. This makes a wonderful winter get-away tour. Groups can pre-book a special guided tour of Allan Gardens. Availability: September through May Cost: $8 per person, $25 minimum Meeting Place: The domed palm house of Allan Gardens. Conditions: A minimum of 15 or more are required to book a group tour. Tours are 60 minutes in length. Reservations are required. Please book at least 1 week in advance.Date : Anytime
Age : From 2 Year(s) to 18 Year(s)
Gender : Both
Language : English
Neighbourhood : Downtown > Cabbagetown