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There’s so much to discover at the Humber Arboretum - explore the environment, ecology, and innovations of this unique site in North Etobicoke.  

Purple flowers in a garden bed.


Themed gardens include the Humber Food Learning Garden, the Tranquility Bird Garden and the Centre for Urban Ecology's Pollinator Garden. Learn about these and the ornamental beds that make a spring or summer stroll at the Arb such a delight.

A view of the restored Humber Pond


From woodlands to wetlands, there’s a great diversity of habitats in the Humber Arboretum. Learn about these different areas and about the efforts to protect and restore them.

The Centre for Urban Ecology at night

Centre for Urban Ecology

The home for the Arb’s educational programming and events also happens to be an award-winning example of sustainable design.

A chipmunk peeks out of a stump


The Humber Arboretum is home to numerous species of birds, mammals, reptiles, amphibians, fish, and invertebrates. Learn a little about the non-human animals who make their home at the Arb.

A young man takes a photo of a tree leaf with his phone

Self-Guided Activities

Get out and discover the Arb in-person with these self-guided activities.