Botanical Garden Deals in Toronto
Torontonians are a funny lot; we'll set our screensavers to images of flowers and sunsets, but few of us prefer to spend our free time outside among the trees. Get a little green on your thumb with today's deal from Toronto Botanical Garden: pay $28 for a botanical garden tour and lunch for two, along with a Best of the Gardens gift package for each person (a $56 value). You and a friend will explore the largest private horticultural library in Canada, and enjoy discounted items from gift shop thanks to your honorary membership for the day. Afterward, one of the TBG's guides will lead you through a 90-minute educational tour of the gardens, where you'll learn about plants, landscape design, designated public gardens, and more. Finally, satisfy your appetite with $10 each to spend on sandwiches, salads, and more from the Toronto Botanical Garden Cafe, an on-site eatery nested between the greenhouses overlooking the gardens. Set the take-home gift package -- each loaded with bee soap, honey sticks, home-made chutney, and five tulip bulbs -- next to your computer when you get home, and nature won't seem so far away in the future. Want more? Check out Toronto Botanical Garden on Facebook.
With the proper care, a garden can turn into anything from a lush jungle to a beautiful birthing nest for a pregnant dove. Witness impressive growth with this Groupon. Choose Between Two Options $6 for one general-admission ticket (up to a $10 value) $20 for four general-admission tickets (up to a $40 value) Visitors are free to explore five gorgeous gardens and the ZimSculpt exhibit, which displays more than 300 handcrafted works made with stones quarried from the 500-kilometre ridge of Zimbabwe's The Great Dyke. Using hammers, chisels, and rasps, Zimbabwean artists Patrick Sephani and Passmore Mupindiko have crafted both ...
The Fine Print
Voucher expires October 30, 2013 Buy 1 voucher for yourself, unlimited as gifts Voucher may only be redeemed during regular business hours (10am to 4pm, Monday-Sunday) Audio tours take up to 1 hour to complete at the pace of the audio guide. Guests may be required to return audio guides after maximum of 2 hours, based on demand All audio tours subject to availability Entire value must be redeemed during single visit by same 2 customers Voucher includes 2 admissions for Audio Garden Tour, includes $15 to spend towards food and refreshments, and Best of the Gardens gift for each person No substitutions on gifts Not valid on holiday or special events Taxes not included No cash back or credit Not valid with any other current offers, promotions or deals Voucher redeemable 72 hours after purchase
It’s time to face the facts: summer is coming to a close. The real tragedy, though, is that you just started to appreciate the sunshine. Buytopia wants you to stop crying over it and start appreciating the final moments! This great deal from Toronto Botanical Garden is the perfect way to do so with thousands of plants, a lot of beauty, and a ton of vitamin D. You’ll enjoy an educational audio tour of these 17 award-winning themed gardens, finishing off with a fantastic lunch at the fabulous garden café. You’ll enjoy a delicious meal, delightful refreshments, and 4 acres of stunning views. Really, what could be better? “The Toronto Botanical Garden is made up of many smaller themed gardens and spaces like the Teaching Garden, Perennial Border, and Beryl Ivey Knot Garden so there's usually a different favourite section for everyone. You may want to avoid attending during summer weekends as this is prime wedding picture season, so parking can be very limited. I suggest taking the TTC Lawrence bus #54 as it stops right at the corner of Leslie and Lawrence. I like dropping by during the fall as the temperatures are cooler and the autumn foliage is stunning, especially the Japanese maples!”- Paul J.“I love this place! I try to walk the gardens at least 4 days out of 7. There's always something new blooming! Toronto has an amazing ravine system complete with bike trails and Toronto Botanical Garden is on Route 45. Did you know they also have classes (including yoga), special events and summer camps? Check out their website for a complete list - http://bit.ly/QjtRyT or have a peek at these blog posts for details from inside the classrooms. Oh and did I mention they make an amazing place to hold a wedding or corporate event? Gorgeous backdrop for your perfect day.”- Trish C.“The Toronto Botanical Garden is a great in-city getaway when the sun is shining and the flowers have bloomed. There's plenty of free parking, an on-site shop with plants, seeds and knick-knacks as well as a fully stocked library. And if you're hungry or thirsty you can check out the cafe. Note: Don't miss the Farmer's Market on Thursdays until October 10th! The gardeners and staff do an excellent job of keeping things beautiful and friendly and make sure that all guests are welcome. Make the trip and enjoy yourself. You won't be disappointed!”- Josh M.