This is a very grandeur home of a former wealthy Toronto family that had much impact on development of the city. The family only lived there for 11 years before falling on hard times. The style is definitely not my taste... very ornate furnishings and dark depressing feel with a lot of wood. There's a great Canadian military collection and group of seven collection on the 3rd floor worth the climb. The march Break was busy with renaissance themed activities for visitors but after awhile the piped in music was starting to get on my nerves and I decided to leave at that point. If you're a fan of old things and the castle like architecture than I really suggest it's worth the view. I was more impressed with the history of the property and that at one time that the property was actually waterfront!
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