Osgoode Hallin-person Doors Open Toronto

  • In-person
  • Guided tours available
  • Kid-friendly
  • Self-guided tours available
  • Washrooms
  • Photography allowed
Osgoode Hall

Osgoode Hall — home of the Law Society of Ontario and the highest courts of the province — opened in 1832 and remains a Toronto landmark and symbol of the law in Ontario. The 1867 fence, renowned for its peculiar gates, surrounds the property and its landscaped grounds. Download the self-guided tour or speak with the knowledgeable volunteers. (No tripods allowed.)

Contact info

130 Queen Street West
Toronto, Ontario



Year built: 1832
Building type:CourthouseEducational facilityHistorical landmark
Architect: John Ewart, William Warren Baldwin
Architectural style:Period revivalVictorian

Dates/hours open

May 25, 12:00pm - May 26, 05:00pm

Saturday and Sunday: Noon to 5 p.m. (last admittance at 4:30 p.m.)