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Landscape designer Julie Messervy and a group of landscape architects from Toronto's Parks and Recreation Department designed the waterfront's Music Garden in such a way that it actually interprets in nature Bach's First Suite for Unaccompanied...more
Enjoy local artists on Thursday nights during the summer. Lots of outdoor seating with Music Garden Café, Starbucks and a few good sushi places for grab and go and enjoy while you watch the entertainment. If coming by 509 or 510 streetcar, just get off...More
Very enjoyable. Self guided audio tours available - rent the wands at the marina office for $6.00. There are lots of places to sit and enjoy. They also have live music some afternoons. Plenty of curving paths and manicured gardens. Lots of flowers.
Last Saturday we went for an enjoyable 30 minute stroll through the Toronto Music Garden along Queen's Quay West. The winding pathways and views of the waterfront and CN Tower were complimented by the lush plantings and colourful floral beds. The cooling breeze from the...More
This is one of the more unusual things to do in the city, and it should be high on the list for visitors to check out if they want to experience something about Toronto other than the normal trappings which can be found in any...More
I had downloaded the Bach Suite No. 1 beforehand and listened to it as I strolled the garden. I am glad I did because I never found the office for the self-guided tour. Also, if you are thinking a picnic or snack---be advised there is...More
Known as the Art & Design District, West Queen West is one of the most energetic and dynamic of Toronto's neighborhoods. Along with its great modernist museums, clubs, and restaurants, it's home to some of the funkiest specialty shops, ranging from clothing to stationary to collectables, and caters to niche and vintage shoppers of all kinds. That makes it a mecca for creatives, including hobbyists designers, writers,
and painters. With ink on their hands and fabric pelts in their bags, visitors to Queen Street traverse the avant-garde blend of historic architecture and ultra-contemporary fare. Home to some of Toronto's chicest hotels and most modish java fixes, busy with street cars, and always suffused with live music drifting onto packed patios at bars and clubs by nightfall, the vibrancy of West Queen West is undeniable.