The Queen's Park of Toronto was opened in 1860. The grand Ontario Parliament Building stands in the park center. The Royal Museum of Ontario and the University of Toronto are also nearby. The park is shady and beautiful. It is a good place for leisure and relaxation. It is a completely open park without walls. It has a large area of green grass and lush trees. It's quite beautiful. In the middle of the lawn stands Edward VII's riding statue, the tallest figure in the park.
Queen's Park is a city flower, a university garden, especially the cute squirrel in the grass, which has become a major feature.
Queen's Park is located on Queen's Avenue in downtown Toronto, next to the University of Toronto, which used to belong to the University of Toronto. The park is open free all day, a bit like the Civic Square in the country. The main building is the Ontario Parliament Building. Friends who like history can go and see where they have recorded the development history of Canada.
Free, next to subway's queenpark, as soon as it comes out
One stop on the subway is Queen Park. Come out to see a statue of firefighters rescuing people in the sea of fire. Is there only this small island in the queen's park, which is so strange? Passers-by enthusiastically gave guidance: the vast area across the street was the vast majority of Queen's Park, where there was the Parliament Building, and behind it was the University of Toronto.
Ontario's Parliament sits at Queen's Park, which is now over 100 years old. Bring your camera to take some pics outside.