Effective October 10, 2020, Centennial Park Conservatory is closed to help slow the spread of COVID-19. Bookings and permits are not being issued at this time. Service changes are outlined on the City’s COVID-19 webpage.
There is currently no public access to conservatories.
Before visiting, note that:
During your visit:
The conservatory has three main areas:
The conservatory is also home to several types of animal life including goldfish, turtles and birds.
The park outside offers a variety of amenities, like a BMX bike area, disc golf and more.
The Centennial Park Conservatory complex was designed and constructed in 1969 and was formally opened by Etobicoke Mayor Horton on March 21, 1970. It consisted of a large tropical house and two smaller wing houses originally used for plant production. Over time, the wing houses became an arid house and a seasonal display house. Plant production now occurs in an attached greenhouse where, along with all the seasonal display plant material for the conservatory, 300,000+ annual and perennial plants are also grown to beautify parks throughout the city. Seasonal flower shows are held each year in spring, Easter, summer, fall and Christmas.