Cherry blossom season is finally here in Toronto! According to Toronto's official cherry blossom tracker, the peak time to see the blooms this year will be from May 2 to May 8, 2019.
Each year, tons of tourists and locals flock to High Park to see the cherry blossoms. But there are plenty of other gorgeous spots around Toronto where you can skip the crowds and photograph the beautiful white and pink blooms. Here are 10 places you can see cherry blossoms in Toronto that aren't High Park.
Trinity Bellwoods Park
Location: 90 Queen St. W.
One of the best spots to photograph the cherry blossoms in Toronto is at Trinity Bellwoods Park. There are 70 cherry trees in the park, and it is possible to photograph both the pink flowers and the CN Tower in the background for a stunning photo.
John P. Robarts Research Library
Location: 130 St George St.
Head to the University of Toronto John P. Robarts Research Library to see 70 cherry trees. You can find the blooming trees at the intersection of Huron Street and Harbord Street.
University of Toronto Scarborough Campus
Location: 1265 Military Tr.
If you happen to be on the University of Toronto Scarborough Campus make sure to take a stroll to the Humanities Wing where you can find 50 cherry trees.
Toronto Island Park
Location: Toronto Island Park
You can take the ferry to Toronto Island Park to see 30 gorgeous cherry trees next to the William Meany Maze.
Location: 1100 Brimley Rd.
Sagamihara, Japan donated 45 cherry trees which you can find a the Pomeroy Street and Lyon Heights entrance.
Location: 35 Crendon Dr.
To see tons of cherry blossoms blooming, head to Broadacres Park. At the southwest section of the park, there are 100 cherry trees!
Japanese Canadian Cultural Centre
Location: 6 Garamond Crt.
Cherry blossom viewing celebrations are an essential part of the Japanese culture. So it is no surprise, that the Japanese Canadian Cultural Centre here in Toronto, you can find several cherry blossom trees.
Location: 1695 Queen St. E.
At Woodbine Park, you can find 20 cherry trees that will bloom this spring.
Location: 151 Elmcrest Rd.
When the cherry blossoms are blooming, Centennial Park is stunning. Within the park, you can find 463 cherry trees that bloom every spring.
Location: 4700 Keele St.
Throughout the York University Campus, there are hundreds of cherry trees.
For more information about where to find cherry blossoms in Toronto, visit the Toronto website which has a map of all the cherry trees.