The Garden Club of Toronto established the Toronto Civic Garden Centre in 1958. Decades of care and expansion led to a new name and was formally designated as the Toronto Botanical Garden in 2003.
Visitors can explore seventeen award-winning themed gardens designed to enjoy, inspire, and educate. Exciting events can be found indoors and out, including the year-round farmer's market which provides access to local markets, the best local ingredients, fresh produce, and some of the most mouthwatering local cuisine in Ontario.
Almost all of TBG's operating costs come from self-sustainable measures such as membership dues, fundraising events, and corporate contributions. You'll never have to pay admission to visit and explore the Toronto Botanical Gardens, but donations are appreciated to keep it growing.
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