Evergreen Brick Works
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Famed for the transformation of its once-deteriorating heritage buildings into a prime location for all things geotourism, this dynamic, LEED-certified environmental center and park hosts interactive workshops and community festivals on the themes of ecology, technology and the environment. There's…
A heritage site turned into a hub for innovation offers visitors a unique experience through demonstration and exhibits.
A place where the world can experience sustainable practices that enable flourishing cities of the future - surrounded by several hiking trails and lots of nature!
Great Hiking and site seeing! There are plenty of trails here for the nature enthusiast to explore. There is a farmers market on Weekends and tons of places for the kids to run! There is a small café on the premises that serves a full menu, pies and preserves for you to take home and great lattes!
Even if you only have 20 minutes at Evergreen Brick Works, you have to wander up to the top of the Lookout Park for a spectacular view of the Toronto skyline. There aren't many places in the city you get an uninterrupted view of downtown so this is a spot you cannot miss.
Einzigartige Aktivitäten in der Umgebung
Unterkünfte in der Nähe
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“On the site of the Riverdale Zoo, where from 1888 to 1974 prairie wolves howled at night and spooked the Cabbagetown kids, Riverdale Farm is a downtown rural oasis. Now a working farm and museum, it has two barns, a summer wading pool, and pens of feathered and furry friends. Kids follow the farmers around as they do their daily chores, including milking goats and collecting eggs. Visitors can learn about a particular animal during the daily 'Farmer Demo' at 11:30am. From June to October there's also a Tuesday farmers market from 3pm to 7pm.”
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“ON SUBWAY LINE - They have a reduced admission rate Friday's after 4:30pm, but it will increase if there's a special event. Cool place, on the subway line. After you're all cultured, and need a recharge, go to the bar across the street called Museum Tavern, sit at the bar and get a Martini - enjoy the show.”
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“It's a nice market. It's the oldest one in the city. Go to Carousel Bakery and get a Peameal sandwich and people watch. In 2012 Natural Geographic rated it the No. 1 Food market in the world”
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“Awesome view of the city! A great place spend a summer afternoon and don’t miss the summer sunset. Should you want anything to drink or snack on, there is a great coffee shop across the street, Rooster Coffee Shop. ”
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“FREE Wednesday Nights 6-9pm (refrain from bringing a backpack so you don't have to check your stuff... unless you want to... but the line-up is killer!) Pretty cool Canadian art along with some neat contemporary exhibits. They have Adult Nights the first Thursday of every month - drinks while looking at art and listening to beats, so civilized :) They also have Family Fun on Sundays from 1-4pm (Nov - Apr)”
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