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Fulford Place, Brockville

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  • A little pill known by "Dodd's Kidney Pill" was created by the owner of the Fullford's place. Return to the past and learn about our rich history in this beautiful part of the 1000 Islands.  more »
  • A tour through this wonderful old home has you imagining how they levied here, and It does feel like a home. Interested and well informed guides really tell the story of the home and it's family.  more »
  • Had a wonderful tour of this mansion all through the rooms getting the history on each. Beautifully kept . A walk through time. Makes my books come alive. Enjoyed high tea on patio during the summer.  more »
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  • A real step into the past with a rich history to be told. Worth the visit if you love history!
  • Fulford Place is an impressive house museum located in the original Edwardian home of George T. Fulford (1852-1905). Fulford was a patent medicine manufacturer whose products gained world-wide usage during his lifetime and afterwards. 'Pink Pills for Pale People' was sold in most countries. The house is furnished with the family possessions that were acquired on numerous world travels. The grounds of the property contain a restored formal gardens that were designed in the beginning by the Omstead Brothers of American fame. The building stands much as it did when completed in 1901 to the architectural plans of Albert W. Fuller, an architect based in Albany, NY.