Osgoode Subway

Osgoode Subway station is located on the Yonge/University-Spadina line of the Toronto Transit Commission (TTC) and was opened in 1963. It was named Osgoode because of the nearby “Osgoode Hall”. I didn’t have enough time to visit Osgoode Hall today, as there was an impending quest for a Halloween Costume instead. I want to make a point of checking this out though. Bring a camera and do a self paced walk-through. I heard the “Great Library” is something else to see!
So there I was during Thanksgiving Long weekend coming out of Osgoode Subway and finding all kinds of amazing shops to see.
Queen and Spadina is just west along Queen Street and is a popular place for fashion and art and entertainment. Oh did I mention my quest for a Halloween costume? Found it here, including all the accessories that go with it. I plan to post myself in costume on Halloween at a TTC subway stop nearest you!
Osgoode is also within minutes of Toronto City Hall, The Four Season Centre for the Perfoming Arts, and the South African War Museum. You’ll probably notice as well the CityPulse 24 and CTV Head offices on Queen. We checked out the Rex, which has been there forever as a cool jazz spot if you’re into that kind of music. I only really like it with a glass of cold House White, otherwise I’m just there for someone else’s pleasure.
Check out the eclectic shops along Queen Street sometime because there really is something for everyone there ;)