30 Queen St W
Downtown North
Toronto

This spectacular landmark was built in 1829 and is now a listed heritage building. It covers six acres and is located between Queen Street West and University Avenue.

Today the building is used as the Court of Appeal for Ontario, the Superior Court Of Justice and the Law Society of Upper Canada, and there are free tours of the building which are given by law students. During the tour you will see the magnificent Atrium title floor and stained glass, the courtrooms and the Great Library.

Toronto Guide | Historical buildings in Toronto

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