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7 Beautiful Places To See Cherry Blossoms In Toronto That Aren't High Park

Wander beneath floral canopies at these spots. 🌸
Ontario Associate Editor
7 Beautiful Places To See Cherry Blossoms In Toronto That Aren't High Park

High Park is always a hot spot for Toronto cherry blossoms, but you can also see these stunning flowers at so many other places around the city.

In a YouTube video, local sakura expert Steve Joniak said that "the warm weather has been a great help in continuing to move along the cherry blossom bud development," so you might be able to see the blossoms earlier than usual this year.

Editor's Choice:This Map Will Take You To The Most Magical Spots To See Cherry Blossoms In Ontario

Osgoode Hall

Price: Free

Address: 130 Queen St. W., Toronto, ON

Why You Need To Go: Not only does this historic building boast European vibes, it also transforms into a floral heaven each spring. It's the perfect spot to snap some photos.

Kariya Park

Price: Free

Address: 3620 Kariya Dr., Mississauga, ON

Why You Need To Go: Just outside of Toronto, you can step into a cherry blossom wonderland. With Japanese-inspired gardens and sculptures straight from Japan, you'll feel like you've gone on vacation at this magical park.

Japanese Canadian Cultural Centre

Price: Free

Address: 6 Garamond Ct., North York, ON

Why You Need To Go: You can bask in the blooms outside of this centre for the perfect spring adventure.

Birkdale Ravine

Price: Free

Address: 1100 Brimley Rd., Scarborough, ON

Why You Need To Go: Take a stroll through blossoming trees at this peaceful ravine in the city.

Centennial Park

Price: Free

Address: 256 Centennial Park Rd., Toronto, ON

Why You Need To Go: Watch trees burst into bloom at this popular park, which boasts sprawling fields and picnic spots.

Robarts Library

Price: Free

Address: 130 St. George St., Toronto, ON

Why You Need To Go: Outside this library, you'll find gorgeous pink cherry blossoms that will fill you with spring vibes.

Broadacres Park

Price: Free

Address: 35 Crendon Dr., Etobicoke, ON

Why You Need To Go: Breathe in the smell of blooms at this park, which is home to flowering trees every spring.

Before you get going, check our Responsible Travel Guide so you can be informed, be safe, be smart, and most of all, be respectful on your adventure.

    Madeline Forsyth
    Ontario Associate Editor
    Madeline Forsyth is an Associate Editor for Narcity Canada’s Ontario Desk focused on Toronto restaurants and is based in Toronto, Ontario.
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