Museum of Contemporary Canadian Art
At Queen and Ossington, in the heart of West Queen West's design and arts precinct, MOCCA's mandate is to exhibit innovative works by...
This historic hotel revels in Toronto's avant-garde arts scene. The Art Bar and Gladstone Ballroom sustain offbeat DJs, poetry slams,...
This West Queen West neighborhood joint serves traditional Cuban dishes like ropa vieja (shredded beef in spicy tomato sauce with ripe...
1873 Bloor St W · interesting places nearby
High Park information
Toronto's favorite and best-known park is a wonderful place to unfurl a picnic blanket, swim, play tennis, bike around, skate on the Grenadier Pond in the winter, or in the spring meander through the groves of cherry blossoms donated to the park by the Japanese ambassador in 1959. There's also a theatrical stage, a small children's zoo and Colborne Lodge, built in 1836 by the Howard family, who donated much of High Park to the city in 1873.
To get here, bus 30B picks up at High Park subway station, then loops through the park on weekends and holidays from mid-June to early September. Otherwise it's a 200m walk to the north gates. The 506 High Park streetcar drops off on the east side of the park. If you exit the park by Colborne Lodge at the south gates, walk down to Lake Shore Blvd W and catch any eastbound streetcar to downtown.