Toronto residents and visitors are obsessed with cherry blossoms! Technically called Sakura, these gorgeous flowering trees bloom each year between late April and early May (depending on weather conditions, of course). Gawkers descend upon parks across the GTA to stroll amongst the rows and, naturally, take lots of selfies! Don’t miss out, so check out our list of where to see Cherry Blossoms in Toronto.

Interesting note: some of our trees were even donated by Toronto’s sister city in Japan, Sagamihara!


High Park

Where: 1873 Bloor Street West, Toronto
Location: Primarily on the west side of Grenadier Pond
Note: there is no vehicle or parking access to High Park during the cherry blossom peak bloom period.
Hot Tip: Check out the High Park Nature Centre Blossom Watch for updates on when the trees are in bloom!

Port Lands

Where: Cherry Street and Villiers Street, Toronto
Location: Parkette at northeast corner of intersection

John P. Robarts Research Library at University of Toronto

Where: 130 St George Street, Toronto
Location: Walking path at the corner of Huron Street and Harbord Street

Toronto Island Park

Where: Toronto Islands
Location: Centre Island beside William Meany Maze

Trinity Bellwoods Park

Where: 790 Queen Street West, Toronto
Location: Along walking path at south end near Queen Street West
Note: Access to the Trinity Bellwoods Park cherry blossom trees may be restricted due to Covid protocols.

Woodbine Park

Where: 1695 Queen St. East, Toronto
Location: Tree tunnel along the curved path next to the pond


Broadacres Park

Where: 35 Crendon Drive, Etobicoke
Location: Southwest corner of the park near Elderfield Crescent

Centennial Park

Where: 151 Elmcrest Road, Etobicoke
Location: Along Rathburn Road, on Centennial Park Boulevard and northeast of Centennial Park Conservatory

North York/York

Cedarvale Park

Where: 443 Arlington Avenue, York
Location: Throughout the park

Edwards Gardens

Where: 755 Lawrence Ave. East, North York
Location: Edwards Garden courtyard and Bridal Path entrance on the west side of the ravine

Japanese Canadian Cultural Centre

Where: 6 Garamond Court, North York
Location: Around the parking lot and on the north side of the building

York University

Where: 4700 Keele Street, North York
Location: Throughout the campus


Birkdale Ravine (close to Thomson Memorial Park)

Where: 1100 Brimley Road, Scarborough
Location: Tree tunnel near the Pomeroy Street and Lyon Heights Road entrance

Cedar Ridge Park

Where: 225 Confederation Drive, Scarborough
Location: North of the Cedar Ridge Creative Centre

University of Toronto Scarborough Campus

Where: 1265 Military Trail, Scarborough
Location: Humanities Wing

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