Campbell House

Queen West Museum/Gallery

Fodor’s Expert Review

The Georgian mansion of Sir William Campbell, the sixth chief justice of Upper Canada, is now one of Toronto's best house museums. Built in 1822 in another part of town, the Campbell House was moved to this site in 1972. It has been restored with elegant early-19th-century furniture. Costumed guides detail the social life of the upper class. Note the model of the town of York as it was in the 1820s and the original kitchen.

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160 Queen St. W
Toronto, Ontario  M5H 3H3, Canada

416-597–0227

www.campbellhousemuseum.ca

Sight Details:
Rate Includes: C$6, Oct.–May, Tues–Fri., 9:30–4:30; Jun.–Sept., Tues–Fri., 9:30–4:30, weekends noon–4:30

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