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Centennial Park Conservatory

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Type  Conservatory
Operated by  City of Toronto
Created  1969 (1969)
Open  10am to 5pm daily
Centennial Park Conservatory
Location  151 Elmcrest Road Toronto, Ontario, Canada M9C 3S2

Centennial Park Conservatory is a conservatory in Etobicoke, Toronto, Ontario, Canada. It consists of three greenhouses and 12,000 square feet (1,100 m2) of plants including a cactus house, a tropical house and a show house which features seasonal displays. It is located in Centennial Park, in the former City of Etobicoke. This conservatory is cared for by Toronto Parks who also run Allan Gardens. Admission is free.

Seasonal Shows

The highlight is the Christmas show which opens the second Sunday of December with Christmas carollers, cookies and hot apple cider. In December many different poinsettias are displayed, from white to red to dark purple. The Japanese mum show occurs the first Sunday in November. The spring show at Easter features hyacinths, tulips, hydrangeas and Easter lilies.

References

Centennial Park Conservatory Wikipedia


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