Charter a bus rental to the Evergreen Brick Works

Toronto’s Evergreen Brick Works is a former stone quarry converted into a vibrant public park and environmental education center that offers workshops, classes, and tours towards a greener future. A charter bus rental from Bus.com is a great, sustainable way to bring your group to Evergreen Brick Works to see what all the buzz is about.

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Why charter a bus for Evergreen Brick Works

Toronto’s Evergreen Brick Works is a former stone quarry converted into a vibrant public park and environmental education center that offers workshops, classes, and tours towards a greener future. A charter bus rental from Bus.com is a great, sustainable way to bring your group to Evergreen Brick Works to see what all the buzz is about.

About the surrounding area

Evergreen Brick Works is located in Toronto’s Don Valley, just south of the Governor’s Bridge neighborhood and east of the Old East York neighborhood.    The area is known for multiple attractions within the dense greenspace of the Don River Valley, including the hidden scenic views at both Chester Hill lookout and the Governors Monument, as well as the nearby southern starting point of the Beltline Trail, a 9km cycling and walking trail along former railway lines.     The area to the northeast of the Brick Works is home to the Todmorden Mills Heritage Museum and Arts Centre, which contains a museum, an art gallery, and a theatre.   Just a little further to the northeast is the site of the Fantasy Farm event venue, which features a stone terrace, several gardens and fountains, a pavilion, a koi pond, and two large banquet halls that can accommodate up to 250 people.

About the Evergreen Brick Works

Evergreen Brick Works (originally the Don Valley Brick Works) was founded in 1989 when good quality brick clay was accidentally discovered at the site of a nearby local paper mill. 

 

After its founding, the Brick Works expanded quickly, and production reached a peak of 25 million bricks a year during the late 1920s and early 1930s. Its bricks were instrumental in the construction of many Toronto landmarks, including Massey Hall, Casa Loma, and Osgoode Hall. 

 

The Brick Works continued to produce bricks into the 1980s, but by the mid-1990s, the site lay dormant and unused. At this point, the City of Toronto led a vigorous restoration effort, transforming the area into a public park and environmental education center. Today, the landscape features a forest and a large meadow surrounding a trio of ponds. Several of the original buildings have been renovated and feature farmers’ markets, exhibits on sustainable cities of the future, cafes, and more. The park also features permanent and temporary art installations, guided walking tours, and a bike shop.

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