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Osgoode Hall, Toronto

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Contact: +1 416 947 3325/+1 416 947 3300/+1 416 327 5079
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From behind its cast-iron gates, Osgoode Hall resembles the front of a Royal Palace somewhere in the British Empire, and it's definitely out of place amid the hustle and bustle of Queen West , the Eaton Centre and New City Hall . Originally built in 1829 to house the Law Society of Upper Canada and the courts, the structure took almost 20 years to finish. The fact that it went through several architects is evident in the mixture of styles, from Palladian for the layout to Italian Renaissance for the decorative details. While visiting the Osgoode Hall from September to June, you can stop at the Osgoode Hall Dining Room for a quick lunch. Call or visit their website for more information.