You can get to Queen’s Park and the Legislative Building by plane, train or automobile. Toronto has two airports – Pearson International and the Toronto Island airport – and you can take a limo or taxi from either of these to the Legislature.
The VIA and GO trains come into Union Station and from there you can take the subway to any of the closest subway stops – Queen’s Park, Wellesley or Museum – and then you can walk the block or so to the Legislature.
Even if you haven’t been to visit it before, the Legislative Building is pretty easy to find. It sits at the top of University Avenue, and Queen’s Park Crescent circles around it. To the west is the University of Toronto, to the north is Queen’s Park (a park dedicated by Prince Edward, Prince of Wales in 1860 and rededicated by Queen Elizabeth II in 2010) and to the east are a number of Ontario government buildings, including the Whitney Block where many of our staff have their offices.