The Toronto Irish Famine Memorial is hard to find, tucked away behind the Canada Malting silos, currently a construction site. The park honors the Irish who fled during the famine of 1847. The 38,000 visitors overwhelmed the town of Toronto, then with a population of only 20,000. The poignant sculptures were created by Rowan Gillespie, who had sculpted a matching set seven years earlier in Dublin, Ireland.
Little Norway Park, with Canada Malting silo in the distance.
Maze in Little Norway Park.
Little Norway Park.
World's shortest scheduled ferry service, from Little Norway to the Toronto Island Airport.