Not very big and not a lot to do. There could be some exercise machines and other things to do. However, if you just want to relax it is awesome! The view is very beautiful with a lot of squirels and its location is exceptional.
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I like Queen's Park a whole lot. I often enter Philosopher's Walk just east of the Royal Ontario Museum on Bloor Street to start my walk. That is between the Museum and the Royal conservatory of music. The walk is far from crowded but is...More
I love this place and travel to it or through it often. It is generally breezy, peaceful, green, and calming. There's a running/walking track around it's perimeter which is about 800 metres long, so it's a great spot to jog, or a calming green space...More
University Avenue is a great street to walk down. You pass Yorkville, Royal Ontario Museum, Queen's Park, and into the historical government buildings.
If you have never taken the time to just walk around and take this area in then I recommend you do so. Very enjoyable just to take in the sights.
Lots of jogging/walking/biking trails, benches, and tables throughout. Your standard oasis in the city. Pretty, and a nice walk to go for lunch after trips to the museum, look at the Uof T architecture, and watch the city go by.
Lovely green area in central Toronto surrounded by historic buildings, including the legislative assembly. It's not anything like the scale of a Central Park or Hyde Park but a pleasant area to wander round and relax, and very quiet in the early morning when I...More