There are many ways to learn about Osgoode Hall, home of the Law Society of Upper Canada and the Court of Appeal for Ontario.
Visit us or explore our site to find out more about this nearly 200-year-old architectural gem.
Tours of Osgoode Hall, conducted by Law Society staff on their lunch hours, take place Monday to Friday in July and August, starting at 1:15 p.m. each day. No tours on Simcoe Day, the first Monday in August.
Groups of 10 to 25 people may book tours from September to June. Reservations must be made at least two weeks in advance. For more information, email the Law Society's curator, Elise Brunet.
Free self-guided tours in MP3 format allow you to enjoy Osgoode Hall outside our regular tour calendar, all year round.
Free app for mobile devices. The collection,
owned by the Law Society of Upper Canada, consists of over 100 paintings and a
number of sculptures, drawings and prints. This tour samples representative
works that will allow you to understand the collection.
Osgoode Hall's fence is one of its most recognizable features and has become the stuff of urban legend. This exhibit, more than three years in the making, separates the truth from the rumours.
Each year at the end May, Osgoode Hall opens its doors to the public as a part of the Doors Open Toronto festival, the city-wide celebration of Toronto’s buildings.
Here's a sneak-peek at what you'll find when you walk through the doors. Visit us!