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Toronto Sculpture Garden

Toronto Sculpture Garden
Iron sign above the southerly entrance gate
Type sculpture garden
Location 115 King Street East, Toronto
Created 1981
Operated by Toronto Parks
Open 8 am to dusk
Sign on the brick wall beside the northerly entrance gate to the Toronto Sculpture Garden, on King Street East

The Toronto Sculpture Garden is located at 115 King Street East[1] in a small 80 by 100 foot (25 by 30 m) park directly across the street from Cathedral Church of St. James (Toronto), in Toronto, Canada. It has operated since 1981


"Gold, Silver and Lead" by Jed Lind. On display in the Garden from 2011-2013.

The main amenity in the Sculpture Garden is a waterfall fountain along the East wall. The fountain drains into a grille that is 1.063 metres (41.9 in) wide (left-to-right) by 24 inches (0.610 m) front-to-back. The width of the fountain waterfall is equal to the width of the grille, i.e. 1.063 metres (41.9 in).


Toronto Sculpture Garden exhibits temporary works of art by various sculptors, and commissions works up to a maximum budget of $20,000.


  1. ^ Christopher Hume (Aug 28, 1987). "Ignored garden sprouts entertaining proposals". Toronto Star. Retrieved January 2012. 

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