I have noticed that I have been focusing a lot about the sites and scenes of places that I have been to but not so much about places of where I am from. In the course of a year, Toronto does a lot of amazing festivals and opens up parts of the city for the public to tour. One of my all time favourite events is Doors Open Toronto which gave me the opportunity to tour Osgoode Hall.
Built in the 1800s, this building is still in use today by the Law Society of Upper Canada and the building is simply marvelous.
There is a vast amount of legal material here and you will need a library to house it all properly. One of the most beautiful rooms at Osgoode Hall would be the American Room and as you can see in the picture above the detailing leaves an awe factor which makes you appreciate the workmanship that went into construction.