Map: On the Hunt for the Exhibition Place Cherry Blossoms

April 24, 2018

TORONTO April 24, 2018 Zero in on the Exhibition Place cherry blossom trees when you visit to view the buds in bloom.

The cherry blossom trees at Exhibition Place are primarily of the Yoshino variety, which is known for its delicate pink and white flowers. These trees were first planted in the 1950s with new trees planted in 2002 and have since grown to form a stunning canopy over several areas on the grounds. The peak bloom time for the cherry blossom trees at Exhibition Place typically occurs in late April or early May, depending on weather conditions. During this time, the trees are in full bloom and offer a breathtaking sight.

For the last two decades, guests visiting the grounds towards the end of April or early May are treated to these beautiful buds when they are in bloom. The big question though is “where are they?”

Whether you’re visiting the grounds from the east entrance at Strachan Avenue and Manitoba Drive or coming in from the Dufferin Gate Loop, use our guide to find those beautiful blossoms around the Exhibition Place grounds.

Be sure to use #MyExPlace when posting to social media to share all of your beautiful photos with the cherry blossoms.

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