The Friends of Guild Park & Gardens welcome you to historic Guild Park - where Art meets Nature meets Community. The park is located at 201 Guildwood Parkway in Toronto, along the Scarborough Bluffs.
Since 2013 the Friends have worked with officials from the City of Toronto, other levels of Government, community groups and the private sector to:
About Guild Park. 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. White 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.
For information on obtaining a permit for wedding and other professional photography at Guild Park, please visit the City of Toronto website.
The City of Toronto Guild Park Management Plan is now available here.
Friends of the Guild Park & Gardens are extremely proud to have won a 2013 Heritage Toronto Award!
Header Image by Barry Scheffer