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Situated in the Royal Ontario Museum, this theater's state-of-the-art setup is hired for various plays, live performances, lectures and other museum-related events.
The Faculty of Law at the University of Toronto was established in 1887 and is the oldest and most revered law schools in Canada. Renowned globally for its quality of education, the school offers programs across the field of law. This includes arenas of corporate law, law and economics, legal theory and international law. The school offers extensive courses such as Master of Studies in Law, Global Professional Master of Laws, Doctor of Juridical Science and Master of Laws.
Het Koninklijk Ontario Museum is een unieke mix van galerieën om kunst, archeologische objecten en wetenschappelijke monsters te presenteren. Het museum, dat jaarlijks meer dan een miljoen bezoekers aantrekt, huist een collectie van meer dan zes miljoen objecten verdeeld over drie verdiepingen. Dit is de enige plek in Toronto waar u de ontrafeling van de mysteries van de Egyptische mummies zult meemaken, waar u een actieve bijenkorf van dichtbij kunt zien en horen, en waar u inspirerende kunst uit verschillende landen ziet. Bij het verlaten van dit museum bent u een unieke ervaring rijker.
One of the finest talents of the university as well as established Canadian artists grace the stage of MacMillan Theatre with their enthralling performances. This 815 seater theater was built in honor of the musician maestro and former Dean of the Faculty of Music North, Sir Ernest Campbell MacMillan. To catch the upcoming shows at this venue, check the university website.
Built in 1860 and inaugurated by Edward VII, then erstwhile Prince of Wales, Queen's Park was built in honor of England's Queen Victoria. Visitors are reminded of England in this space that resembles a landscaped English Garden, guarded by an equestrian statue of King Edward. This historic park is replete with war memorials, statues of prominent politicians and little landmarks within it. Surrounded by gorgeous old buildings, Queen's Park should feature on the itinerary of every visitor to Toronto.
Located at Bloor Street West in Queen's Park, the Royal Conservatory is a highly coveted music-teaching institute in Canada. Nestled in a beautifully architectured building, the conservatory offers a range of programs for learning musical instruments and singing. Apart from being a prestigious music school, it doubles as a concert and event venue, where live performances keep taking place on a routine basis. To see their upcoming list of concerts, please have a look at their website.