This lovely old house has a small art gallery filled with rotating exhibitions. An 1822 mansion, it belonged to Sir William Campbell, a Loyalist and sixth chief justice of Upper Canada. The man’s home has been beautifully restored (complete with a lovely collection of period furniture), even if it was moved several blocks from its original location in 1972. Guided tours take about half an hour and provide insight into Toronto’s early history.
160 Queen Street West, Toronto, ON, Canada
Our Rating Neighborhood At University Ave Hours Year-round Mon–Fri 9:30am–4:30pm, Sat noon–4:30pm. Closed Dec 24–Jan 1, Good Friday to Easter Monday, Canada Day (July 1), Labor Day weekend, and Canadian Thanksgiving weekend. Transportation Subway: Osgoode Phone 416/597-0227 Prices $10 adults; $6 seniors and youth 13–18; $4 children 5–12; children 4 and under free Web site Campbell House
Map160 Queen Street West Toronto ON Canada Toronto
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