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285 Spadina Rd, Toronto, ON M5R 2V5

Since 1818

House, Museum, Landmarks, Historic House and Gardens, Guided Tours, School Programs, Special Events, Exhibitions, Lectures and Workshops, Photography, Film Shots, Weddings, and Corporate Functions, Kid's Programs, Birthday Parties, Summer Camps & Facility Rentals

Free Admission: Children (5 yrs. and under) - The house was constructed by Dr. William Warren Baldwin - The 6-acre grounds include two fruit orchards, a 1913 greenhouse and lush ornamental gardens

Price: Adults: $7.96, Seniors (65 +): $5.75, Youth (13-18 yrs.): $5.75 & Children (6-12 yrs.): $4.87

Tue - Sun : 12:00 pm - 5:00 pm Mon : Closed

We visited Spadina House on 14 April. This is a beautifully preserved property which has only been owned by one family. The house is furnished with original furniture owned and purchased by the homes owners and is set out as an accurate example of 1930s life. All tours of this property are guided and the tour guide was extremely knowledgable and encouraged questions. There are some beautifl exhibits in this property and the entrance fee was very reasonable.

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160 Queen St. West, Toronto, ON M5H 3H3

Since 1822

Heritage House, Architectural Buildings, Landmarks, Museum, Group Programs, Accessibility, Events, Rental Spaces, Art, Current Exhibition, Upcoming Exhibitions, Past Exhibitions, Outdoor Exhibitions & Community Programs

Free Admission: Children (under 5) & Support person for a person with a disability - The house is one of the few remaining examples of Georgian architecture left in Toronto

Price: Adults: $6, Seniors (65+): $4, Youth (13-18): $4 & Children (5-12): $3

Tue - Fri : 9:30 am - 4:30 pm Sat : 12:00 pm - 4:30 pm June - September: Sun : 12:00 pm - 4:30 pm

A wonderful museum rich with the history of old Toronto. The House itself is a beautiful example of Georgian architecture, and once you step inside you definitely feel transported to a different time. The ballroom area is beautiful and I loved the historic kitchen space. The story of how the house was moved to its current location really fascinated me as well. The staff was kind, knowledgable and enthusiastic. Definitely worth a visit!!

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49 Wellington St E, Toronto, ON M5E 1C9

Since 1892

Historical Buildings, Landmarks, Architectural Buildings, Historical Places, Flatiron Building & Historic Site

It was built by architect David Roberts, Jr. and originally cost $18,000 to construct for distiller George Gooderham Sr. (1830-1905), son of Gooderham and Worts distillery founder William Gooderham

Open 24 Hours

The Gooderham Flatiron Building is a landmark in Toronto. It was built in 1892. The first Otis elevator installed in North America is inside. No tours are offered because it is an office building. I am blessed to work in this building. The energy is unbelievable. Al Capone walked these halls. There used to be a tunnel that ran under Wellington Street from the Flatiron building to the bank. If you want to experience the history, grab a meal or pint at the Flatiron & Firkin pub in the basement.

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