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Guided tours of the Toronto Music Garden have been cancelled for the 2020 season; as well, the rental of hand-held audio players for self-guided tours has been halted for the time being. Harbourfront Centre's priority is the health and safety of both tour guides and tour participants given the ongoing COVID-19 public health emergency. We encourage you to read more about the Toronto Music Garden below and invite you to explore its intricate pathways and beautiful landscaping on your next physically-distanced walk by the waterfront!
Harbourfont.live is home to our digital campus, a place where Harbourfront Centre brings you the magic of our in-person events virtually. Each venue page represents one of our physical spaces, with this page standing in for the beautiful Toronto Music Garden.
This delightful garden — a reflection in landscape of Johann Sebastian Bach’s Suite No. 1 in G Major for unaccompanied cello, BWV 1007 — was designed by internationally renowned cellist Yo Yo Ma and landscape designer Julie Moir Messervy, in collaboration with landscape architects from the City of Toronto's Parks and Recreation department.Two Canadian artists created special features for the Music Garden: Tom Tollefson, architectural blacksmith, fabricated the Music Pavilion; and Anne Roberts, Feir Mill Design Inc., designed the Maypole. The Toronto Music Garden is a City of Toronto park, located at 479 Queen’s Quay West on the waterfront between Bathurst Street and Spadina Avenue. It is open year-round and there is no admission fee. The Toronto Music Garden is wheelchair-accessible.