Evergreen Brick Works

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Young Welcome Centre & Centre for Green Cities

Start here! You’ll find information, maps and What’s On. View the Office Directory to see who else calls Evergreen Brick Works Home. Monday–Friday | 9am–5pm
Saturday | 8am–5pm
Sunday and Holidays | 10am–5pm

Evergreen Garden Market

A sustainable garden centre and market, with native and heritage plants, locally sourced gifts, food and gardening supplies.

Café Belong

Featuring delicious food from local, organic and sustainable sources, Café Belong offers quick take-away or full-service dining.

The Tiffany Commons

A resting place and meeting spot. Enjoy the Watershed Wall and Lower Don trail map.

Bike Works

A community bike space in the heart of Toronto’s trail network. Home to our Do It Yourself (DIY) repair space, Community Bicycle Hub Project and other community focused cycling workshops. Open spring through fall.

Sweet Pete's Bike Shop

Sweet Pete's is your spot for tune-ups, an emergency repair or simply to browse for bikes and cycling accessories. Looking for a bike to rent? Check out our Sweet Fleet of bikes to tour around the Don Valley and beyond. Open spring through fall.

The Children's Garden in Chimney Court

Home to our wood-fired oven and greenhouse, visit us in Chimney Court where kids of all ages connect with nature through play and more.

The Kilns

An event and exhibit space, this dramatic building was formerly where the bricks were fired. The Kilns are currently undergoing construction to transform them into a year-round facility. The Kilns may be unavailable to the public during this time.

Koerner Gardens

An open-air garden planted with native and edible plants. Home to a unique skating surface in the winter.

The Pavilions

A centrally located, covered, outdoor space that frames our community gatherings and festivals. Home to weekend programs including our Farmers’ Market.

Weston Family Quarry Garden & Don Valley Brick Works Park

Managed by Toronto Parks, Forestry and Recreation, the park is free and open to everyone. A clay and shale quarry for one hundred years, the 16.5-hectare (40-acre) area that surrounds the Brick Works has been transformed into a thriving green space, with ponds and nature trails to explore and wander.