Thursday, July 21, 2005

Tours of Historic Osgoode Hall

The Law Society of Upper Canada and its library, the Great Library, are housed at Osgoode Hall. If you are in Toronto, I recommend one of their tours. The history of Osgoode Hall is closely tied with the history of lawyers in Ontario (and Canada for that matter). The building itself is also very interesting.

Tours are free and take place at 1:15 p.m. each Monday to Friday from July 4 to September 2, 2005 (there will be no tour on August 1, a statutory holiday).

Tours begin inside the main doors at the front of Osgoode Hall facing Queen Street and last roughly an hour.

See Popular tours of historic Osgoode Hall back for the summer for further details.

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