Massey Hall, TorontoCurrently Open
- Address: 178 Victoria St, Toronto, ON M5B 1T7, Canada
- Phone: +1-4168724255
- Time Required: 02:00 Hrs
About Massey Hall, Toronto
This historic performance arts theatre built in 1894 seats about 2700 people. Before the Roy Thomson Hall opened it was THE event venue of Toronto, more popular than even Eaton Auditorium. A mix of Palladian (exterior) and Moorish Revival (interior) architecture, the hall has seen performances by some of the greatest names in music - Dylan, Neil Diamond - and also appearances by Winston Churchill and the Dalai Lama.
Massey Hall Information
- Read the extensive FAQ on the attraction website.
- Check attraction website for upcoming shows.
Massey Hall Ticket Prices
- Tickets depend on the show but CAD 70-200 is a pretty standard price range.
Massey Hall Opening and Closing Hours
Times given here are for the box office. Actual show times will depend on the event.
- Mon-Fri: 9am - 6pm
- Sat: 12pm - 5pm
- Sun & Holidays: 3 hours prior to performance.
Shows usually start between 7pm and 8pm, but this could vary.
How To reach Massey Hall by Public Transport
- Subway 1; Streetcar 505; Buses 97, 320 stop Dundas
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Massey Hall, Toronto Reviews
A very historic venue which has featured the likes of so many famous bands and musicians. Many describe the acoustic quality of this venue to be second to none. I personally do not agree and feel there are many other venues where you can have a better experience. I find the chairs very uncomfortable and there are no elevators for people with accessibility issues. While I can't deny the historical importance of this venue it will be interesting to see what changes with the renovations.
This is a beautiful old venue that has been restored and well maintained. The wood seats in the balcony seem original so are a bit small and not padded. There is an wonderful intimacy as all the seating seems close to the stage.
Not a bad seat in the house and offers the best in entertainment. I was last there for The Women's Blues Revue 2017. Great acoustics. Offers liquor and other beverages that you can take to your seat. Massey Hall is a beautiful Toronto institution. Beautiful architecture. You can just feel the history in the walls. I love it!
A Toronto gem. So looking forward to the renovations, but so going to miss the place for the 2 years they will take. I have been enjoying the unique and amazing acoustics of Massey Hall for over 30 years now. Not a better venue in the city!
The venue is lovely and the sound is great. Needs a serious upgrade re seating. The top rows in this beautiful historic building are extremely cramped and uncomfortable. Buy floor or 1st balcony tickets only!