Museum subway station

The Faculty of Law is located at 78 Queen's Park Crescent West (Flavelle House) and 84 Queen's Park Crescent West (Falconer Hall). (Note: during the new building construction project, the Faculty of Law is also using other buildings. See below)

The Faculty of Law is easily accessible by public transit (Toronto Transit Commission). The easiest way to get here by public transit is to enter the University subway line and exit at the Museum station on the west side. The law school is right in front of the southern exit, at 78 and 84 Queen's Park, just south of the Royal Ontario Museum. The law school is also only a short walk away from the Bay and St. George stations on the Bloor-Danforth subway line. See a detailed transit map (PDF).

If you chose to drive, you can reach the law school from the major freeways that serve the Toronto area. 78 and 84 Queen's Park Crescent are just south of Bloor Street, next to the Royal Ontario Museum (Queen's Park Crescent is a continuation of University Avenue, and becomes Avenue Road north of Bloor). However, parking can be expensive and difficult to find. Click here to see a map that includes parking available on campus (you can locate the law school by clicking on "Falconer Hall" or "Flavelle House" from the list of buildings provided). The small parking lot between the law school buildings is reserved for faculty and staff.

If you choose to cycle, there are two extensive sets of ring-and-posts to which to lock your bike just north and east of Flavelle House. See the Toronto Cycling Map for routes that lead to the law school.

If you are arriving in Toronto by train, you will arive at Union Station, the city's main rail hub. From there you can access the Toronto Transit Commission's University subway line. Travel north from Union Station to the Museum station.

If you are arriving in Toronto by bus, you may take the Bay Street bus (route 6) north from the Bus Terminal to Charles Street and then walk two blocks west to the law school.

Lester B. Pearson International Airport, Canada's largest and busiest airport, is approximately 24 kilometres from the law school, an approximate 45-minute drive.

Construction Phase and Transitional Space

During the Faculty of Law Expansion building project (2013-2015), Flavelle House will only be in limited use and the classroom and library buildings will be inaccessible.

The Faculty of Law will be using Victoria University, across the road from the Faculty, as a transitional space for some classes and events.

View a map of the transition space (PDF) at Victoria University.

The main Victoria College building (91 Charles St. W.) is tucked away inside the Victoria quadrangle. Here is a Google map for how to find it.

Satellite Buildings

Fasken Martineau Centre for Legal Services, 655 Spadina Ave.

Faculty of Law programs, including Downtown Legal Services and Professional Legal Education, are housed in a three-story renovated house at 655 Spadina Ave., on the east side at the corner of Glen Morris St.

The building is less than 10 minute's walk west along Hoskin Ave./Harbord St. from the main Faculty of Law buildings.

By transit, you can take the Spadina streetcar (#510) and get off at the Sussex Ave. stop, go to the east side and walk a block south. It is also only a short walk south along Spadina Ave. from the Spadina subway station (both Bloor and University/Spadina lines).

39 Queen's Park

The Faculty of Law also has a new annexe building at 39 Queen's Park Crescent East (just north of Wellesley Street, less than 5 minutes walk south and east across Queen's Park from the main buildings).

Access to the new building is similar to the main buildings, as described above. By transit, the closest subway stations are Museum (on the University line) or Wellesley (on the Yonge line). From Museum station, get out on the east side and walk south along Queen's Park - less than five minute's walk. From Wellesley station, walk west along Wellesley Street for less than 10 minutes to Queen's Park Crescent, then turn north. From the Bay Bus (#6) get off at Wellesley and walk a block west to Queen's Park Crescent, then turn north.

Map of nearby public transit:Add information here.