Evergreen Brick works is one of the highlights of a trip to Toronto. Sometimes we run there Saturday morning, visit the market, enjoy unique and fresh foods, and take the shuttle bus to the subway. Other times we have hiked there, along one of the great ravine walks in Toronto.
There is much to learn about gardening, native plants, environmental projects, and a range of useful information. In the winter, there is a skating oval. The restaurant is great - both sit down and take out.
One of the unique features of the Brickworks is the old brickworks, restored as an industrial site, so you can see how bricks were made. Many of the older homes in Toronto were made using brick from the brickworks. Well worth a days visit.
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