Ontario Legislative Building - Ontario Legislative Building information and pictures

Ontario Legislative Building is the home of Ontario’s Provincial Parliament. Ontario Legislative Building is often referred to as Ontario Legislature or Queen’s Park, because it’s located in the middle of Queen's Park and is surrounded by the green open space.

The beautiful Ontario Legislative Building was designed by Richard A. Waite in Romanesque style and was completed in 1893. One of the two towers of the building was designed to hold a clock. It was never installed and now a rose window fills the space.

The south side of Queen’s park is the entrance to the Ontario Legislature and is filled with statues of notable Canadians and historic figures like John A Macdonald (the first prime minister of Canada) and John S Macdonald (the first premier of Ontario), Queen Victoria and King George V.

Where is Ontario Legislative Building: 1 Queen's Park - North of College St. and Queen's Park Crescent intersection.

How to get to Ontario Legislative Building: Subway Yonge-University-Spadina line to Queen’s Park station

Opening hours: Summer: Daily from 9:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m.
The rest of the year - Monday to Friday from 10:00a.m.to 4:00p.m.

Visit the Ontario Legislature web site here.
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Ontario Legislative Building Queen’s Park, Toronto

Ontario Legislative Building Queens Park Toronto
Ontario Legislative Building, Queen’s Park, Toronto

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Diane says:
I would recommend an interactive map in addition to the pics provided..it would help tourists and new-comers to navigate the city.