It’s a truly delightful tale of the house being rescued from demolition and moved to its current site 40 years ago.
The building was saved by The Advocates’ Society, and the interior remains in great condition. The wallpaper particularly caught my eye.
The exhibition includes lots of newspaper cuttings from about the house and tells the story in an interesting way.
The museum celebrates contemporary responses to its unique heritage setting through
a program of cultural activities. If you’re in Toronto pop in…
Location: 160 Queen Street West, Toronto, Ontario M5H 3H3
Entry Fee: FREE