Flatiron BuildingCurrently Open
- Address: 49 Wellington St E, Toronto, ON M5E 1C9, Canada
- Timings: 24-hrs Details
- Phone: +1-4163921975
- Ticket Price: Free
- Time Required: 00:15 Mins
- Tags: Family And Kids, Heritage Building
Flatiron Building - Review
One of Toronto’s most photographed structures, this 1891 five-story red brick Gothic Romanesque building is among the most expensive office spaces in the city. It’s actually older than NYC’s Flatiron by about a decade. Make sure to check out the mural, the Trompe l'Oeil, at the back of the building. It’s a mirror image of the Perkins Building across the street. The only access to the building is the pub in the basement but that is usually filled with the after-hour office crowd as soon as it opens.
Flatiron Building Opening and Closing Hours
- The Flatiron and Firkin Pub: 11am-2am
How To reach Flatiron Building by Public Transport
- Bus 121 stop Church St at Front St E.
- Subway 1 stop King Station.
- Streetcars 304, 504, 514; Buses 503 stop King St East at Church St.
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Things to Know Before Visiting Flatiron Building
5.72% of people who visit Toronto include Flatiron Building in their plan
19.4% of people start their Flatiron Building visit around 2 PM
People usually take around 30 Minutes to see Flatiron Building
93.08% of people prefer to travel by car while visiting Flatiron Building
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Flatiron Building, Toronto Reviews
I was at the Flatiron/ Firkin a week ago having drinks with a friend. We sat in the large patio outdoors and enjoyed the sunshine. They do have the main pub in the basement but I insisted to be outside (Hey the weather is good in Toronto, you want to be outside 😃!) They had a musician playing music on the patio and the servers give good recommendations (first time in the restaurant there, my friend is a regular). I really did enjoy my happy hours here!!! 😃 (it was 2 hours!!)
A building worth seeing. It is called a Flatiron building because of it's shape. The mural at the back makes it look as if the bricks have been peeled back. This is where the first elevator in Toronto was built. The Toronto skyline now has other icon structures but this is a must see.
An old building in the middle of the modern city of Toronto , you can read alot about it on Wikipedia and Google as well, it took me 3 days to satisfy my photography desire to shoot this building from deferent angles and during deferent times of the day . There are many shops and coffee shops around the building , so you will like the area and old atmosphere
Nice tourist photo-spot near St. Lawrence market.
Amazing painted art in a building wall at a beautiful pet friendly park.
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