Roy Thomson Hall, Toronto

Currently Open [Closes at 06:00 pm]
  • Address: 60 Simcoe St, Toronto, ON M5J 2H5, Canada
  • Timings: 10:00 am - 06:00 pm Details
  • Phone: +1-4168724255
  • Time Required: 00:30 Mins
  • Tags: Family And Kids, Architecture , Hall
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About Roy Thomson Hall, Toronto

This 2600 seater Concert Hall in downtown Toronto is home to the Toronto Symphony Orchestra and Toronto Mendelssohn Choir. Striking for its circular and curving exterior the concert hall is architecturally lauded and has been used as a venue for the Toronto International Film Festival. All kinds of music from classical to pop culture Revival to contemporary are played here. Check the venue website for details on upcoming shows. There is almost always something going on.

Roy Thomson Hall Information

  • Paid parking at Roy Thomson Hall Garage.

Roy Thomson Hall Ticket Prices

  • Ticket prices depend on seating and show timings. 

Roy Thomson Hall Opening and Closing Hours

Times given here are for the box office. Actual show times may be different.

Box office:

  • Mon-Fri: 10am - 6pm
  • Sat: 12pm - 5pm
  • Shows usually start around 2pm or 8pm.

How To reach Roy Thomson Hall by Public Transport

  • Streetcar 304, 504, 514 stop King St West at John St
  • Subway 1 stop St Andrew Station
  • Buses 141, 143, 144, 145 stop Adelaide St West at John St Farside
  • Bus 121 stop Front St West at John St

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Things to Know Before Visiting Roy Thomson Hall

  • 1.23% of people who visit Toronto include Roy Thomson Hall in their plan

  • 50.82% of people plan their visit to Roy Thomson Hall between 12 PM - 1 PM

  • People usually take around 30 Minutes to see Roy Thomson Hall

Monday, Wednesday and Friday

77.05% of people prefer to travel by car while visiting Roy Thomson Hall

People normally club together Royal Ontario Museum and B M O Field while planning their visit to Roy Thomson Hall.

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Roy Thomson Hall, Toronto Reviews

  • A classic venue. Also a classic place to be crammed into a very small seat with your knees up to your chest. Lots of obstructed seating to occupy while you are soaking up the historic magnificence of the place. Oh well, the neon sign is pretty cool, and it is an icon. What else can you say?

  • The seats were great. we sat in the M row seats 1 and 2 centre isle. Not to close to strain your neck and not so far that you can't enjoy The movement of the musicians. The sound was perfect. You could make out all the instruments the acoustics were amazing.

  • This place is fantastic. One of the hallmarks of the city indeed. Since I’m new in town, I only had the chance to visit it three or four times, but each experience was very unique. The seats are comfortable and you can have a good view even from the cheaper seats at the balcony (yes, I can’t afford the best seats... yet!) The last concert I attended at RTH was the Messiah, by Handel. An absolutely mesmerizing experience that I’d like to repeat whenever I have the chance.

  • Beautiful, centrally located steps from Union Station, subway, trolly cars and bus service. Seating is spacious by today's standards and seats are large enough and firm enough to provide lasting comfort. Coat check was super fast and bathrooms are available in several convenient spots. Ramps and elevators are handy for wheelchair guests. The stage is very large with everything visible from all seats. The sound system and overall acustics make hearing clear and easy. The wrap around lobby provides ample break space even for crowds of 1800.

  • The staff are extremely helpful and you don't have to go far to get help. I attend the Angela Hewitt concert and got to meet her after. What a pleasure it was to meet such a humble person. Her grace showed when she talked to you.

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