Toronto City HallCurrently Closed
- Address: 100 Queen St W, Toronto, ON M5H 2N2, Canada
- Timings: 08:30 am - 04:30 pm Details
- Ticket Price: Free
- Time Required: 01:30 Hrs
- Tags: Family And Kids, Architecture , Hall
Toronto City Hall - Review
Also known as the ‘Eye of the Government’ because the layout look like an eye when seen from above, Toronto’s fourth city hall is worth a quick visit for its architecture and history. Highlights include:
- First floor: A large rotunda, The Hall of Memory, "Golden Book of Remembrance" (with names of the city residents who died in WWII), a time capsule from 1962, David Partridge's Metropolis mural that is made from nails, a scale model of the city and a display of historic photographs.
- Second floor: City of Toronto's Coat of Arms, Mayor's ceremonial chain of office, the Views to the City mosaic.
- The council chamber between the two buildings.
- The Three-Way Piece No. 2 (the Archer) sculpture by Henry Moore.
Toronto City Hall Information
- Disabled accessible.
- Contact the hall for possible guided tours.
- Get the tour booklet from the city hall website.
How To reach Toronto City Hall by Public Transport
- Subway 1; Streetcar 301, 501; Buses 502 stop Queen Station.
- Buses 141, 142, 143, 144, 145, 502 stop Queen St West at University Ave (Osgoode Station).
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4.42% of people who visit Toronto include Toronto City Hall in their plan
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Love the new updates they've made to the exterior especially the huge Toronto added last year. Inside is nice and clean. Here's a sneak peak of the member's lounge I had the privilege of being at during a community event
Beautiful architecture. Amazing place to relax. During the winter is the ice ring. Many free events happen. Like celebration of earth day etc.
Went here for Doors Open with a group of youth. They had a great time going to observation deck, that we didn’t know even existed. They also enjoyed the interactive XO TO and Nuit Blanche stations, finding their riding and the costume exhibit. Their highlight was meeting Mayor Tory.
If you think, you need a break from all the downtown traffic and honking. You don’t have to drive miles. At the heart of Toronto downtown, this is a place to spend hours in peace, where the noise can’t bother you, where the people around can’t disturb you.
Uniquely shaped building, the city hall looks like a flying sauce. There is a square in front the building where many public events are held, eg the New Year's Eve party. There is also a water fountain with a giant "TORONTO" sign beside it. In winter season, the fountain is frozen and becomes a skating rink.
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