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, Frances Loring, E.B. Cox and Florence Wyle and others.
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.
Please register online in advance at the Heritage Toronto website: http://heritagetoronto.org/event/guild-park-where-art-meets-nature-2/
Registration is free and tours are open to all.
Heritage Toronto encourages tour participants to make an optional $10 donation for the tour. These funds help Heritage Toronto continue its series of popular tours that explore Toronto's neighbourhoods and past.
Due to the popularity of tours at Guild Park, a second Heritage Toronto Tour will be held on Aug 12, 2018
This walking tour is led by volunteers from Friends of Guild Park & Gardens, with the valuable support of Heritage Toronto.