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Campbell House Museum

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160 Queen St W | (at University Ave.), Toronto, Ontario M5H 3H3, Canada
+1 416-597-0227
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Trekked across the city today to be told that rooms had been cleared of furniture. 3 rooms open... read more

Reviewed 10 May 2017
Cheltenham, United Kingdom
A "little" bit of history in the heart of the city

Walking by one day we researched the house on-line and decided to go on a Wednesday morning just... read more

Reviewed 9 November 2016
San Francisco, California
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A rare example of Georgian architecture, this museum is the restored home of the first Chief Justice of Upper Canada.
  • Excellent52%
  • Very good35%
  • Average10%
  • Poor3%
  • Terrible0%
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160 Queen St W | (at University Ave.), Toronto, Ontario M5H 3H3, Canada
Queen Street and West Queen West
+1 416-597-0227
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Reviewed 10 May 2017

Trekked across the city today to be told that rooms had been cleared of furniture. 3 rooms open with some artwork in. 3 other rooms might be opened for us to see but also empty. What a shame as it looks as if it could...More

Thank pmjj2015
Reviewed 9 November 2016

Walking by one day we researched the house on-line and decided to go on a Wednesday morning just after opening. It's a small historic house in the middle of busy "modern" Toronto. It is the oldest remaining house (although it was moved from its original...More

Thank SFDutchman
Reviewed 12 August 2016

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 lovingly restored, right down to the brick floors in...More

1  Thank Jeannie C
Reviewed 21 July 2016

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 satisfying $45 bucks you will ever spend on...More

Thank sjkinsie
Reviewed 17 July 2016

We did not visit the museum during the day, but for the play in the evening. We were the third group to be part of the production, and even though they were still working out the kinks, we thoroughly enjoyed ourselves. Try it out for...More

Thank Laura A
Reviewed 1 October 2015

We stumbled upon this little gem purely by accident as my son attempted to photograph a black squirrel.we had only seen red and grey squirrels back home . As he approached the stairs in pursuit of the squirrel,the front door opened and we were met...More

2  Thank pixie471
Reviewed 8 June 2015

We were walking around Toronto one day and just happened to come across the Campbell House Museum without knowing that it was a museum. I went to the front door, turned the doorknob, and opened the door. I called for my husband to come inside....More

1  Thank kamloopa
Reviewed 31 May 2015

We had visited the Mackenzie House the day before and knew from that visit that there was a connection with the Campbell House. The house is a large (for the time) Georgian style home that has been moved and restored and seems well cared for....More

1  Thank PK_Maryland
Reviewed 29 March 2015

This is an excellent way of showing today's children how families dealt with all their needs in the times when there was no indoor plumbing. I took my classes and the program offered was rich, interesting and had the visitor enter that house atmosphere, routines...More

Thank Michelle364
Reviewed 16 March 2015

Although we had previously visited the house a few years ago, we learned even more on this visit. The tour guide shared a wealth of information about the house and the period. It amazes me how much these people know and their passion for the...More

Thank FuzzyBeaver
Queen Street and West Queen West
Known as the Art & Design District, West Queen West is
one of the most energetic and dynamic of Toronto's
neighborhoods. Along with its great modernist museums,
clubs, and restaurants, it's home to some of the
funkiest specialty shops, ranging from clothing to
stationary to collectables, and caters to niche and
vintage shoppers of all kinds. That makes it a mecca
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