For Schools And Large Groups
The Legislative Building at Queen’s Park is a popular tourist attraction for thousands of visitors from Ontario, Canada and around the world. Located in the heart of downtown Toronto and easily accessed by public transit, the building is steps away from other attractions in the core of the city, such as the Royal Ontario Museum and the University of Toronto.
Explore over a century of history inside one of Ontario’s most significant heritage buildings. Opened in 1893, the Legislative Building at Queen’s Park has since been the meeting place for Ontario’s Members of Provincial Parliament.
Half-hour public tours are free of charge and do not require a reservation; however, we welcome organized groups visiting the Legislative Assembly of Ontario to reserve a guided tour. Tours will be tailored to the needs of each group and the availability of tours varies depending on the time and day you visit.
Due to Parliamentary activities these tours are subject to change. Please contact Parliamentary Protocol and Public Relations Branch (416-325-7500) regarding tour times and for more information, visit http://educationportal.ontla.on.ca/en/visit-us.
Fall, Winter and Spring:
Summer (May 19 – June 30):
Summer (July 2 – September 5):
For individual, small group and family tours, contact Ana in the Queen’s Park office at 416-325-6242 for assistance in setting up a tour.