Campbell House Museum

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Campbell House Museum

Built in 1822, Campbell House is the oldest remaining building from the original town of York which is now known as Toronto. A rare find in Toronto, the home is a classic example of Georgian architecture and the only remaining brick residence from the Town of York. Inside the house is a museum that is dedicated to preserving and exhibiting important artifacts from Toronto's earlier days.

Today, the Campbell House has been restored to match it's 1820's appearance and the Campbell House Museum offers programs bringing the past to life including storytelling and games, historic baking and the re-enactment the famous trial of William Lyon Mackenzie.

Location (Approximate): 
160 Queen Street West
Toronto, ON
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