Toronto's Royal Ontario Museum organizes irregular special events tours, with educated, informative guides, around historical, cultural...
Royal Ontario Museum
Celebrating its centennial in 2014, the multidisciplinary ROM is Canada's biggest natural history museum and one of the largest museums...
Opposite the Royal Ontario Museum, the Gardiner Museum was founded by philanthropists to house their ceramics. Spread over three floors,...
This fun multilevel gay club, just outside the Village, off Yonge St, has the kind of monumental Saturdays thumping out electro dance...
You won't find cutlery at this culturally authentic dining experience. Slather chunks of sherro wot (seasoned chickpeas) and...
Queen's Park · interesting places nearby
Provincial Legislature information
The seat of Ontario's Provincial Legislature resides in a fabulously ornate 1893 sandstone building, north of College St in Queen's Park. For some homegrown entertainment, head for the visitors gallery when the adversarial legislative assembly is in session (Monday, Tuesday and Thursday, March to June and September to December). Viewing is free, but security regulations are in full force. Free 30-minute tours depart hourly from the information desk 9:30am to 5:30pm, Monday to Friday.