As the capital of Ontario, Toronto is home to the provincial legislative assembly. Completed in 1892, the majestic ... More
Ontario Legislative Building
As the capital of Ontario, Toronto is home to the provincial legislative assembly. Completed in 1892, the majestic Richardsonian Romanesque Legislative Buildings in Queen's Park have served as a meeting place for the Ontario government ever since. You can take a free guided tour viewing the exhibits on the history of parliament, stroll through the buildings and grounds and when the legislature is in session, you can watch the proceedings from the public galleries with a guest pass from the information desk.
I liked the informative tour, and attractive building/location (in Queen's Park). The beautiful Queen Victoria statue out front and King Edward VII equestrian statue just north of the location are worth seeing. It's an attractive 19th Century Gothic style building. Those interested in history or the legislative process (British-style) should visit this place. It will require about one hour.
There was nothing I disliked.
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