Guild Park is home to a collection of architectural remnants from demolished Toronto buildings.
These remarkable pillars were taken from a King St building.
This was the entrance to the Imperial Bank of Canada.
This was the entrance to The Bank of Novia Scotia.
And this was taken from the Provincial Paper Ltd. Building.
This was taken from the Registry of Deeds and Titles building.
This was taken from the Toronto Star building.
And this was taken from R.H. King Collegiate, a high school.
The park is also home to The Guild Inn— once an artist colony, now used for weddings and other events.
Statues are scattered throughout the park.
The 50-acre park is mostly forested with lots of paths for walking.
Take a day and enjoy Toronto’s legacy of architecture!
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