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Legislative Assembly of Ontario

Toronto, Canada
4.7 / 23
The building was erected in 1892 in the architectural style of the "Romanesque revival", which very well reflected the exorbitant territorial ambitions of the British Empire. Inside is the Ontario Parliament. During the construction, Italian marble and pink brick were used. The interior is characterized by moderate luxury. The galleries are decorated with exquisite wooden finishes and the windows are decorated with fancy stained-glass windows.
Address:111 Wellesley Street West, Toronto
Phone:+1 416-325-7500
Hours:monday: 08:00–18:00 tuesday: 08:00–18:00 wednesday: 08:00–18:00 thursday: 08:00–18:00 friday: 08:00–18:00 saturday: Closed sunday: Closed


You can go for a free tour of the building. It was well maintained. Worth visiting

Kyle Mills

Very beautiful old building. Went on a guided tour which was free. Guide explained a lot and showed us around the old building. Fun trip for kids and .. Read more »

Jonathan Blizzard

Visited on Doors Open Toronto weekend and it impressive to see the history and architecture of the building. Can't wait to go back and explore more ne.. Read more »

DAE Nelson

Free tour. Stunning architecture. Rich history.

Eli Hb

On 28,29th of May, doors open, you can visit inside of parliament. Nice area to visit. Old building back to approximately 1900.


Great place to visit in Toronto. You can visit everyday for free. From September to December you are also allowed to watch the MPPs in the main hall.

Cindy L.

I went into the building as a visitor ( there is a guided tour open for the public ; make sure to bring a piece of photo ID and you will get through t.. Read more »

Amanjot Kaur

A great place to experience the rich architecture. Serene and beautiful.

Darryl S

I got to see Queen Elizabeth II here on what was her very last visit to Canada. Her majesty was radiant as always and it was quite the thrill to be le.. Read more »

Nita Siannia

Got a great tour here It's so nice and beautiful inside but unfortunately I wasn't allowed to take pictures


The Ontario Legislative Building (French: L'édifice de l'Assemblée législative de l'Ontario) is a structure in central Toronto, Ontario, Canada. It ho.. Read more »


Unfortunately, I was only able to see it from the outside, because the building was closed due to Labor day. I can say for sure that it looks great (a.. Read more »

Will Goddard

Fantastic tour from Jordan! So lovely to hear from someone so enthusiastic and passionate!


One of the beautiful places to travel in Toronto downtown. The architecture is so amazing.


Near queens and museum subway —Views are nice —Photo friendly place —Nice place for picnic in downtown —Tim hortons and starbucks is also nearby ( goo.. Read more »

Tom Jones

Why I love the place so grand a sight, at least as my eyes make it so. At times it can't be a slice of something divine by tongues definition of taste.. Read more »

Claire Geng

Great school visiting experience! I met a student from UfT in a random mall by coincidence. She took us to visit this school, which was very interesti.. Read more »

Landry Spoor

We took the kids there on occasion The architecture is indeed impressive. Too bad there is much fear mongering going on inside though.

Georges Younes

Built in the late 19th century, the building of the Legislative Assembly of Ontario is a hard one to ignore. I'm not necessarily fond of buildings tha.. Read more »

hades Mercury Neptune-Sat

? Wonder: 216 Years ? ? No one knows when it was built... As far as we know; it's just always been there

Henrys' Vlog

great place to walking around during Doors Open event

Yash Gandhi

Great place, just next to University of Toronto, downtown. Well maintained building with beautiful architecture. They also have shop which sell histor.. Read more »

Tom Jones

Why I love the place so grand a sight, at least as my eyes make it so. At times it can't be a slice of something divine by tongues definition of taste.. Read more »

Waheem Butt

Such a beautiful and special place. Proud to be Canadian!!

Anita Windisman

Besides touring the beautiful building, be sure to check out the many monuments on site - which are described on plaques: Sir John A. Macdonald, Georg.. Read more »

Wolfgang Barthel

The amazing main entrance with the 3 archways in Roman style is in the background of the cover of the 1981 pioneering prog-rock album of Rush "Moving .. Read more »