Built in 1822, Campbell House Museum was the residence of Sir William Campbell, appointed Chief Justice of Upper Canada in ... More
Campbell House Museum
Built in 1822, Campbell House Museum was the residence of Sir William Campbell, appointed Chief Justice of Upper Canada in 1825. It is the oldest remaining building from the original city of York. The structure is classic Georgian architecture, a rare find in the region, and has served as a museum since 1974, when the Queen Mother officially opened it. Originally constructed on Duke Street now Adelaide, it was moved to its present location at Queen Street West and University. Guided half-hour tours of the building are available throughout the day.
Part of the Anchorage walking tour, this house (circa 1915) was built by the self proclaimed "18th person" to walk
into Anchorage, Oscar Anderson. Restored in 1982, it is open for guided tours Memorial Day to Labor Day (approximately ...
With deep red walls and candlelit tables, this coffee house cum restaurant is the ultimate in intimate. Or, if dining
alone, you can sit near the wall of windows and watch the crowds saunter past through Little Italy. For ...
The new and renovated Art Gallery of Ontario holds permanent collection of art in different mediums be it paintings, sculpture
or collections of historic artifacts. This art gallery in Chinatown district is one of Canada's largest fine art museums. ...