Cherry Blossom Time at the Aga Khan Park

It’s not a cherry blossom competition but just across the street from the Japanese Canadian Cultural Centre you can also enjoy visiting the extensive grounds of the Aga Khan Park in Don Mills, Toronto,  where more cherry trees abound. It’s now almost the end of May and the cherry blossoms are long gone and replaced by green leaves. But you can still enjoy seeing them in these photos.

I am looking forward to visiting the Aga Khan Museum once it opens again.

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3 Responses to Cherry Blossom Time at the Aga Khan Park

  1. Ilda says:

    Emanuel, the Aga Khan Museum grounds are lovely, but I didn’t know about the cherry trees, so I very much enjoyed the photos.

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  2. Kathie B says:

    Glad you’re getting out and about more, now that the weather is milder. Once enough Canadians are vaccinated, more museums and other indoor attractions will reopen, too — and then you can let us follow you to them vicariously.

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  3. Manuela Marujo says:

    I enjoyed the beauty of your photos – it is good to have alternative ways to see the cherry trees. I will keep those suggestions in mind. Thanks Emanuel.

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