Massey hall - Massey hall information and pictures
was built in 1892 when industrialist Hart Massey hired architect Sidney Badgley to design a memorial to his son Charles Albert Massey. Massey planned this to be a large and comfortable theatre for entertainment and conventions.
It quickly became a venue for concerts, lectures, weddings, boxing matches and even chess tournaments attracting major celebrities. Massey Hall has 2,753 seats and brilliant acoustics.
Today Massey Hall is an important part of Toronto’s
cultural life and entertainment scene.
Where is Massey Hall
:178 Victoria Street - on Shuter Street and Victoria Street
How to get to Massey Hall
: Subway Yonge-University-Spadina line to Queen Station
Massey hall, Toronto
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