Each Wednesday and Thursday evening - Wed. July 24th to Thurs. Aug. 29th - enjoy a free 45-minute guided tour of this historic site
. Tours start at 6:30 pm sharp. Meet at the front flagpole.
Guild Park was site of the innovative Guild of All Arts, founded in 1932. The park’s 88 acres includes a Sculpture Garden featuring works by notable Canadian artists including Sorel Etrog, Emanuel Hahn, Francis Loring, E.B. Cox and Florence Wyle. This outdoor tour highlights those sculptures, as well as architectural remnants saved from dozens of Toronto’s heritage buildings demolished in the 1960s and 1970s. Presented in association with Heritage Toronto and the Friends of Guild Park and Gardens.
Nearly 1,000 visitors have enjoyed these volunteer-led tours in the past year.
The walks are timed so you can stay for the outdoor performance of The Misanthrope, by the Guild Festival Theatre.
For tickets and details, please visit http://www.guildfestivaltheatre.ca/