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Heritage & Historic Sites



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Benares Historic House

1507 Clarkson Rd. N., Mississauga

Home to four generations of the Harris and Sayers families, Benares has been restored to reflect the style of a

Black Creek Pioneer Village

1000 Murray Ross Pkwy., Toronto

Re-creates the Ontario of more than 150 years ago. Costumed staff demonstrate skills such as blacksmithing, candle-making, rug braiding, woodworking,

Bradley House Museum

1620 Orr Rd., Mississauga

A historic salt-box-style farmhouse from the 1830s located along the Waterfront Trail. Within walking distance of Lake Ontario, the main

Campbell House

160 Queen St. W., Toronto

The 1822 home of Sir William Campbell, the sixth chief justice of Upper Canada. Tues.-Fri. 9:30 a.m.-4:30 p.m. Victoria Day

Casa Loma

1 Austin Terrace, Toronto

Perched above a hilltop, the city’s castle was built from 1911 to 1914 by financier Sir Henry Mill Pellatt. Designed

City of Toronto Archives

255 Spadina Rd., Toronto

Rotating exhibits and presentations focus on the history of Toronto. Visitors can look up archival records in the Research Hall

Colborne Lodge

Colborne Lodge Drive, Toronto

This Regency picturesque villa built in 1837 is decorated with most of its original furnishings and watercolours of early Toronto

Fort York National Historic Site

250 Fort York Blvd., Toronto

Toronto (then the Town of York) was founded here in 1793 and the Battle of York, one of the bloodiest

Gibson House Museum

5172 Yonge St., Toronto

The restored 1851 home of former local politician and surveyor David Gibson. Activities are designed to re-create life in 19th-century

Gooderham “Flatiron” Building

49 Wellington St. E., Toronto

Built in the late 19th century, this wedge-shaped red-brick building is among Old Town Toronto’s oft-photographed landmarks. It backs on

Mackenzie House

82 Bond St., Toronto

The Victorian home of William Lyon Mackenzie, Toronto’s first mayor and leader of the Rebellion of 1837. Visit their museum,

Massey Hall

178 Victoria St., Toronto

Opened in 1894, Massey Hall is arguably Toronto’s most beloved performance space, having hosted legendary shows by the likes of

Montgomery’s Inn

4709 Dundas St. W., Toronto

Built in the late 1830s by innkeeper Thomas Montgomery, this historic site is one of the oldest buildings in Etobicoke.

Osgoode Hall

130 Queen St. W., Toronto

Early 19th-century Georgian- and neoclassical-style building is home to the Ontario Court of Appeal and the Law Society of Upper

Spadina Museum

285 Spadina Rd., Toronto

This historic 1866 mansion is the former home of financier James Austin. It stands complete with gaslights and its original

Toronto Railway Heritage Centre

255 Bremner Blvd., Toronto

Train enthusiasts of all ages will love this landmark space, which is home to a Canadian National Railway steam locomotive,

Toronto’s First Post Office

260 Adelaide St. E, Toronto

Toronto’s oldest functioning post office offers a large collection of postal paraphernalia dating back to the 1830s. See examples of
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