Effective October 10, 2020, some City-run recreation and instructional programs are suspended for the remainder of the year, to help slow the spread of COVID-19. Service changes are outlined on the City’s COVID-19 webpage. There is currently no public access to conservatories.

Visiting the Conservatories

Conservatories are open from 12 p.m. to 4 p.m., seven days a week.

Before visiting, note that:

  • a cloth mask or face covering is required inside conservatories
  • the number of people allowed inside conservatories is limited to allow for physical distancing

During your visit:

  • wear a cloth mask or face covering at all times
  • follow COVID-19 guidelines
  • practice physical distancing of 2-metres (6ft) from people who are outside of your household
  • keep your hands as clean as possible and cough or sneeze into a tissue or your arm

If the conservatory is busy, please consider returning another time when it is less busy.

Allan Gardens Park Conservatory

Allan Gardens Conservatory, with its historic, glass-domed Palm House, is a major landmark in downtown Toronto. For more than a century it has hosted civic events and seasonal flower shows beloved by generations of Torontonians.

Centennial Park Conservatory

Set in Toronto's second largest park, Centennial Park Conservatory has a tropical house, an arid house and a show house where it hosts a variety of interesting plant collections and stunning seasonal displays.

Cloud Gardens Conservatory

Nestled between office towers in Toronto's downtown core, the Cloud Gardens Conservatory's tropical forest provides a refreshing escape from busy city streets.