Proceed towards the sundial located on the Lower Terrace. Note the names of those who graciously contributed to the renovation of these spectacular gardens inscribed in the Donor Walk.

The lower terrace was designed on an axis pattern with the gazebo providing an elevated view point from which to oversee the long perennial borders. The symmetry of this formal garden design draws the eye towards the Dancing Fountain. As you walk towards the fountain, enjoy the colourful beds featuring day lilies, irises, delphiniums and many other outstanding seasonal perennials.

At the base of the rampart wall a collection of fine old fashioned roses provide a spectacular display of colour and frangrance throughout the month of June.

At the base of the west staircase, notice the red sand-stone gargoyle, discovered at the nearby property of E.J. Lennox, the architect of Casa Loma.