Gibson House Museum

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Gibson House was the home of David Gibson, a Scottish immigrant, and his family. Built in 1851, the home is only one of ten historic museums operated by Toronto Culture. David Gibson was a land surveyor who assisted with mapping and developing early Toronto. Today, visitors to the Gibson House are given the opportunity to step back in time and explore this Georgian-style farmhouse and it's place in the history of Toronto.

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5172 Yonge Street
Toronto, ON
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