1 (833) 964-6337
(hours extended for concerts and events)
Trinity St-Paul’s Centre is located on the south side of Bloor Street between Robert and Major Streets, just west of Spadina Avenue. There is no parking at Trinity St-Paul’s, however there is street parking, and a Green P lot on the west side of Spadina just north of Bloor. If taking the subway, exit at Spadina Station.
Everyone is welcome to enjoy music at Trinity-St. Paul’s Centre, Jeanne Lamon hall, and as such we want to ensure that all visitors, patrons, and employees have equal access.
At Trinity-St. Paul’s Centre, Jeanne Lamon Hall: Tafelmusik staff are committed to making every patron’s concert experience outstanding. Please contact the Tafelmusik Box Office at (416) 964-6337 to advise us of your needs in advance of attending a performance. The venue is wheelchair-accessible via a ramp on Bloor Street, and the Box Office has recently been refurbished to include an accessible ticket counter. There is no elevator in the building, but accessible seating is available on the ground floor. A barrier-free, gender-neutral washroom, which includes a motorized door, is available for use on the ground floor. For more information please visit our ticket policy.
Sun & Holidays: open three hours prior to a performance only
The Royal Conservatory building is called the TELUS Centre for Performance and Learning, located at 273 Bloor Street West. It is located on the south side of Bloor Street, between the Royal Ontario Museum and Varsity Stadium. View directions and parking information here.
The TELUS Centre for Performance and Learning has been designed to be accessible to people accompanied by small children and people with disabilities. Learn more about their accessibility policies and measures here.
Massey Hall is located between the Dundas and Queen Street subway stations on the Yonge subway line. From Dundas station, walk south on Yonge Street and turn left at Shuter Street. From Queen Street station, walk north on Yonge Street and turn right at Shuter Street.
GO Transit or Via Rail:
From Union Station, Massey Hall can be reached by subway — take the Yonge Line north to Queen Station and exit through the north platform exit.
Parking at Massey Hall:
There is no parking lot at Massey Hall but parking is always available within the immediate area.
Nearby Parking Lots:
Eaton Centre underground lot (entrance at Yonge Street and Shuter Street)
Green P lot at 25 Dundas Street (at O’Keefe)
Green P lot at 37 Queen Street (at Victoria)
Massey Hall can accommodate patrons in wheelchairs, with walkers and scooters. Please inform the ticket seller of any accessibility accommodations needed when you purchase tickets. Massey Hall also offers an advance seating service; FM systems for those who are hard of hearing, and Obus Forme back supports. For more information, please visit Accessibility | The Corporation of Massey Hall & Roy Thomson Hall (mhrth.com) or call (416) 593-1247