Ireland Park is the principal memorial to the Irish Famine experience in Toronto. It is a bridge from the past to the future. It is a bridge that links two nations and two cities. It is the story of a destitute people overcoming unimaginable hardship and suffering. It speaks to the kindness and generosity of Canadians–traits which are as consistent now as in 1847.
- Eireann Quay, Toronto, ON, Canada
- 8am to 11pm (public park hours)
- Wheelchair Access
Eireann Quay, Toronto, ON, Canada
3 Eireann Quay
Ireland Park Foundation’s event, exhibition and office space.
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