You do need to have photo ID and get permission from the police to get in and visit the door. The building inside is impressive but on the tour you can only visit a few of the rooms. You can take pictures and use flash.
The Provincial Assembly Building is majestic and magnificent. The east and west wings of the building have different architectural styles. The east wing is a European architectural style, while the Italian marble and dinosaur fossils on the stone pillars on the west wing are more eye-catching. The interior decoration of the Provincial Assembly Building is antique, with various distinctive sculptures and murals, showing the infinite charm of the building. There are also many historical relics and historical documents on display in the building.
When I went to Toronto for the first time, I saw this magnificent building from a distance when I walked on university street, but it was not until my third time I went to Toronto to check in and I learned its name.
Historic architecture, and a lot of modern elements.
Legislative Assembly of Ontorio is located on Universty Str. Adjacent to the University of Toronto, next to Queen's Park. It is a very characteristic building. It can be visited for free, but you must bring your ID to the front desk to register. There is a special person to explain and visit the place for free It is the conference hall on the second floor of the building in front, it is worth a visit [view] [fun] [price ratio]
Preston_Dominguez: University Ave. | (at Queen's Park Crescent), Toronto, Ontario M7A 1A2, Canada
Jeremy_Dodson: I recommended University of Toronto,CN Tower,Casa Loma,Royal Ontario Museum,Toronto's Chinatown