Nathan Phillips Square is a public square in the city of Toronto, Canada. The square is named after the mayor of the city from 1955 to 1962, Nathan Phillips. The square was opened in 1965, it forms the forecourt to the City Hall. The square which was designed by architect Viljo Revell and landscape artist Richard Strong is a popular part of the city with many activities and events taking part on its grounds. Concerts, weekly farmers markets, ice rinks and festival lights are all part of many events that take place on the square throughout the year.
The square is situated in the Downtown area of Toronto. You can get there by using the metro system, the ‘St. Patrick’ and ‘Osgoode’ stops are both within walking distance of the square. The 301, 501 and 502 buses all stop at the square.
Opening Times and Admission
The square is a public square, it is free for the public to access at any hour of any day.