Plan Your Visit
We look forward to welcoming you to the Four Seasons Centre for the Performing Arts!
The theatre is located at 145 Queen Street West, Toronto, bordered by University Avenue, Queen, Richmond and York streets.
The main entrance is at the southeast corner of the Queen and University intersection. There are direct entrances to the venue from the parking garage and from Osgoode Subway Station.
There is parking for approximately 200 vehicles underneath the building. The parking entrance is on York Street, south of Queen Street. Cost is $25.
Additional parking is just steps away at the GREEN P lot under Nathan Phillips Square.
Each Hour or Less $5.00
Day Maximum (6:00 am - 7:00 pm) $23.00
Event Rate $25.00
For more information on this and other lots in the vicinity visit GreenP.com.
The designated drop-off area is on the east side of University Avenue between Richmond and Queen streets.
The Four Seasons Centre is directly accessible from Osgoode subway station on the Yonge-University-Spadina line. The Queen streetcar stops outside the building at the corner of University Avenue. Visit ttc.ca for more information.
From Union Station, it's a 10-minute walk to the theatre, heading north along York to Queen and west along Queen to University. Alternatively, take the subway from Union Station to Osgoode Station. Visit GoTransit.com for more information.
The Four Seasons Centre is equipped with wheelchair accessible seating on all levels except Ring 5 and every washroom is wheelchair accessible. All accessible seats are subject to availability.
A limited number of parking spaces in the underground parking garage are reserved for patrons requiring a wheelchair location, subject to availability.
Three large elevators are available to carry audience members quickly and efficiently to every level of the Four Seasons Centre. Elevators are also available to carry patrons from the parking garage and Osgoode Subway Station to the main entrance.
Washrooms are situated in the Lower Lobby, Grand Ring, and Rings 3, 4 and 5.
There are bars and concessions throughout the facility, which offer beverages and snacks. All refreshments and snacks can be ordered before the show to be ready at intermission.
A coat check is available in the Lower Lobby.
For the sake of our dancers and other audience members, latecomers will not be seated until a suitable break in the performance, so please be sure to give yourself enough time to get to the theatre.
Children and Babes
We welcome children who are old enough to enjoy The National Ballet of Canada's performances, but we recognize that some of our productions may not be enjoyable for young children. A child is considered aged two to 13, however we recommend that ballet performances are not suitable for most children under five. All patrons, including children, must have a ticket to enter the theatre; children must be seated beside the accompanying adult.
A child must be able to sit quietly and not disrupt the performance and other patrons.
We encourage questions with regards to the suitability of a performance prior to purchasing a ticket for a child. Our Audience and Donor Services staff would be happy to advise you.
Babes in arms, or children under two years of age will not be admitted to performances.
The use of cell phones or any other mobile device is not permitted during the performance. The use of mobile devices is a distraction to our artists and your fellow patrons. However, at the end of the performance, you are welcome to take a photo of the curtain call.
Please silence your electronic devices prior to the start of the performance.