Osgoode Hall (The Law Society of Upper Canada) Program

Osgoode Hall's Façade
Summer Tours
Until September 2, 2016 (1:15 PM - 2:15 PM)

Tours of Osgoode Hall, conducted by Law Society volunteers, give you a fascinating glimpse inside one of Toronto's landmark buildings.

Tours usually include visits to:

  • The Atrium, with its geometric tile floor and stained glass skylights, portraiture of Chief Justices of past centuries, its touching war memorial, and its architecture reminiscent of an Italian palazzo
  • A solemn 19th century courtroom
  • The Great Library, with its classical reading room, 40-foot high ceiling, spectacular ornamental plaster, war memorial, and an elegant spiral staircase in the American Room
  • The East Wing, in use since 1832 - one of the oldest buildings in Canada that is still in the hands of its original owner and used for its original purpose
  • Convocation Hall, also known as Osgoode Hall Restaurant, which looks like a set from the Harry Potter movies

Please note that as Osgoode Hall is a courthouse and a busy office building, the tour itinerary may be subject to change without notice

Location: 
Osgoode Hall
Target Audience: 
all
Fee: 
Free
Sponsor(s): 
The Law Society of Upper Canada

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