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Everywhere in Toronto you can see cherry blossoms this weekend (MAP)

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DH Toronto Staff Apr 21, 2017 6:37 am 5,262

It’s Hanami time in Toronto.

Cherry blossoms are set to bloom this weekend meaning High Park will be a zoo.

If you’re looking for an alternative destination to find these ephemeral blooms, check out this list below mapping out exactly where to find the best sakuras.

Broadacres Park

In the southwest corner of this Etobicoke park, look forward to seeing 100 bloom-filled trees planted neatly in rows.

Where: 35 Crendon Drive, Etobicoke

Cedar Ridge Park

A small collection of Japanese cherry trees can be found on site at this beautifully landscaped park filled with lush flowering trees, shrubs, and bulbs.

Where: 225 Confederation Road, Toronto

Centennial Park

Petals spill out onto the pathways at this sprawling Etobicoke greenspace where 224 cherry trees are located northeast of the Park Conservatory as well as along Rathburn Road and Centennial Park Boulevard.

Where: 151 Elmcrest Road , Toronto

Centre Island

Take the ferry to the Toronto Islands to take in the cherry blossoms and soak in the sunshine. The island is home to about 30 cherry trees that should be in their prime this weekend.

Where: Toronto Islands

Cherry Street

Catch a glimpse of these sweet blooms on route to Cherry Beach. There are about 45 cherry trees located on the northeast corner of Cherry Street and Villiers.

Where: Intersection of Cherry and Villiers Streets, Toronto

High Park

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City of Toronto

The grove of 50 cherry trees is a big springtime attraction at this park. Follow the crowds to find the blooms located in the Hillside Gardens area across from the Grenadier Restaurant.

Where: 1873 Bloor Street, Toronto

Trinity Bellwoods Park

The path southeast of Trinity Circle is lined with cherry trees. If the weather cooperates this weekend you’ll find this park becomes a magnet for sun worshippers, dog walkers, picnicking people, and of course, spring flower lovers.

Where: 790 Queen Street West, Toronto

University of Toronto

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See the trees outside Robarts Library or head to Scarborough to check out the campus where you’ll find 50 trees are located in front of the Humanities Wing.

Where: 1265 Military Trail, Toronto

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