City Hall and Nathan Phillips Square

100 Queen St. W.
Toronto, ON M5H 2N2- Map It
(416) 338-0338

AAA Editor Notes

City Hall and Nathan Phillips Square, n.w. corner of Queen and Bay sts., is a striking complex created by Finnish architect Viljo Revell. The domed structure flanked by two curved office towers serves as council chambers. The reflecting pool, in Nathan Phillips Square in front of City Hall, becomes a skating rink in winter. The square reopened in 2013 after being redesigned and now includes new landscaping, a garden to explore on the Green Podium Roof and a new theatre stage. It is a forum for festivals, concerts, art shows and civic ceremonies. Henry Moore's sculpture “The Archer” is among the complex's works of art.
Free.
Hours: Self-guiding tours of City Hall are available Mon.-Fri. 8:30-4:30. Closed major holidays.