Friday, March 29, 2013

I-Spy game at Allan Gardens

What do you spy at Allan Gardens?
Today at Allan Gardens, I spied Easter flowers, turtles, cactus shaped like caterpillars, a green dog...

Here are two I-SPY games I made from pictures I took today at Allan Gardens. Print them and on your next visit to the attraction, ask your kids to try and find the plants throughout the Gardens. (See our post about the new display for Spring 2014!)

On Allan Gardens's grounds, you'll see two giant dogs in the two dog off-leash parks on the north side. There are interesting murals along a construction site on the south side. 

You can visit the Gardens year-round (365 days) for free. They change the displays every season. 

After the visit, you can stop for a bite at Chew Chew Diner an all-day breakfast place adorned with a beautiful train-themed mural on its side (a two-minute walk from Allan Gardens at 186 Carlton, east of Sherbourne).

Want to see some weird things we noticed at Allan Gardens? Check this!

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  1. HD video of Allan Gardens:

    1. Thanks TorontoCameraman, this video clip was evidently shot recently and gives a good idea of what to expect.