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Our regular AstroTour events begin in the McLennan Physical Labs (MP) building at the University of Toronto.
The MP building is located at 60 St. George Street (two blocks east of Spadina Avenue), at the corner of Russell Street (one block north of College Street).
To get to the building by TTC, get off at St. George Station and leave by the St. George Street exit. Walk south on St. George Street until you get to 60 St. George. It is on the west side of the street. Alternately, you can take the College streetcar to St. George Street (or Beverly street if traveling eastward) and walk North on St. George. Finally, you can take the Spadina streetcar to College street, then walk east to St. George and then north on St. George street. For subway, bus and streetcar routes, see the TTC website.
There will be signs posted near the room, which is typically MP 102 or 103. The observing session will take place on the 15th and 16th floors of the same building. The planetarium show meeting area is in the elevator lobby of the MP building, while the shows themselves take place in the Astronomy & Astrophysics building at 50 St. George Street.
For parking information, such as a parking map and current prices, please see the UofT Transportation Services website.