A historic structure known as Toronto Old City Hall can be found at 60 Queen Street West in the heart of Toronto. From its construction in 1899 until the opening of the present Toronto City Hall in 1965, it functioned as the principal municipal structure for the city.
E.J. Lennox and W.C. Carroll, architects, created the structure in the late 19th-century architectural style known as Richardsonian Romanesque. A well-known landmark in the city is its 340-foot-tall, unique clock tower.
The Ontario Court of Justice's offices and courtrooms are currently located in Toronto Old City Hall. With guided tours available that give visitors a glimpse at the building's history and architecture, it is also a well-liked tourist destination. The structure is designated as a Heritage Property by the City of Toronto and a National Historic Site of Canada.