Photos: Tiffany Shum
Toronto’s Alexander Muir Memorial Gardens are named after composer Alexander Muir, who wrote the patriotic song ‘The Maple Leaf Forever’ in 1867.
Featuring multi-level tiers, the gardens are filled with flowers and greenery during the warmer months, becoming a popular spot for engagement and wedding photos.
During winter the gardens become a peaceful magical snowy wonderland, straight out of a fairytale. Often overlooked, they are the perfect quiet place for a relaxing walk with a warm beverage. They also act as a gateway into the ravine system that features walking trails which are open year-round.
Scroll through our photos below to inspire all your magical snowy fairytale daydreams.