A reminder to members of City Daily Photo: the theme day for May 1st is Smell.
Here we have a look out from the third floor balcony through the framed arch to the Queens' Lantern.
Going into the Lantern again, there are a number of panels on the building, its history, and the collections it has housed. The fact that former prime minister Wilfred Laurier lay in state here after his death was notable; it's suggested by some that his ghost still haunts these halls.
Moving down to the second level, stained glass caught my eye. Down on the second floor, this part of the Lantern is open, and used for various activities. The museum can be used for private occasions, such as weddings. A plaque can be found down here as well, unveiled by Queen Elizabeth II in 2010, and so the Lantern is named in honour of both Victoria and Elizabeth.