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Campbell House Museum, Toronto

Categories: History Museums, Museums
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4.2/5 based on 25 reviews on the web
The Sir William Campbell Foundation is a non-profit organization charged with the preservation and interpretation of Campbell House and related histories. Campbell House, built in 1822, is the oldest remaining building from the original town of York. It is a classical example of Georgian architecture, a rare find in Toronto. The Foundation maintains the house and operates a museum within the building for the purposes of educating the local and tourist community.
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  • This is a house that was built by the Chief Justice of Upper Canada in 1821, and is a beautiful example of Georgian architecture. The house has been moved from its original location but has been lovin...  read more »
  • It is not easy to be able to visit it. The young lady that I attended was very friendly and patient. Period furniture, reconstructed building.
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  • I had the pleasure of attending Hogtown last night with a friend- we were there on the recommendation of a co-worker who caught the show the week before. Let me tell you…. this will be the most satisf...  read more »
  • Nice little piece of Toronto history. Staff is knowledgeable. The house is small. The small scale replica on the second floor gives a nice blast from Toronto past. Sometimes the house will serve as a small art gallery.
  • This a great piece of history bang downtown. A must to pop in and glimpse a little into Toronto's past.
  • Interesting architecture. It's a bit small though. Sometimes hosts events.
  • Cool place!
  • Get your Scot on, oldschool! Seriously, this is a Toronto Heritage site. I think this is the oldest standing brick structure in the city.
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