Opening in 1965, New City Hall structure complements the Old City Hall and has been home to the Toronto City Council ever ... More
Toronto City Hall
Opening in 1965, New City Hall structure complements the Old City Hall and has been home to the Toronto City Council ever since its inception. It sports a modernist design with two half-circle towers created by Viljo Revell, a Finnish architect chosen following a worldwide competition. The site is enhanced by a free-form bronze statue by Henry Moore, a peace garden with Japanese motifs and an eternal flame.
Hockey Hall of Fame is the place where you can test your hockey trivia skills or goalie reflexes. The hall,
located in Brookfield Place, features an interactive, hands on account of the evolution of Canada's game. It's a trip ...
Its curved exterior and sloping glass awning, reflective in daylight and transparent in twilight, make this concert hall one of
Toronto's distinctive downtown landmarks and is located almost directly opposite the Royal Alexandra and The Princess of Wales theaters. ...
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 ...