There’s so much to visit, learn, and discover at the Legislative Assembly

Experience Ontario’s Parliament in action. Explore the history of the Legislative Assembly of Ontario. Learn how laws are made. Investigate the architecture of the building. Find interactive learning experiences and teaching tools.

 

 

 

Tours and programs

Tours

Explore Ontario's historic Legislative Building.
A variety of tours are available all year round—most free of charge!

School groups

Engage your students in the parliamentary process.
Tours and programs that support Ontario's curriculum are offered throughout the year.

Programs

Discover Ontario's Parliament with the right program for you.
Find programs for teachers, authors, families and youth groups, and more.

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Teacher's Forum

Apply now to the Teacher’s Forum—a unique professional development opportunity for Ontario teachers.

Learn more about the Teacher's Forum

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Community Exhibit Programs

Apply now to participate in the Community Exhibits Program—an opportunity for cultural organizations from across Ontario to showcase their treasures.

Learn more about the Community Exhibit Programs

Plan your visit

The Legislative Assembly of Ontario is located at 111 Wellesley Street West, in Toronto. Contact us at 416-325-0061 or tourbookings@ola.org

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Parking and public transportation

Gift shop

There's lots to do and see

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Exhibits and art

Explore the exhibits and art collections throughout the Legislative Building

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About Parliament

Discover how Ontario's Parliament works, its parliamentary traditions and history

Gift shop

Legislative giftshop

Unique gifts, souvenirs, and exclusive items from Ontario. 

Teach, learn, play

Curriculum-based lesson plans, activities, and games about provincial Parliament and Ontario

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Canada's three levels of government

About Ontario

How a bill becomes law

For more educational resources, check out the rest of our teaching tools.