Driving past Toronto, the time was a little late, and the attraction was closed.
There is a visitor center at the attraction, and parking is available across the road. Now it is being renovated and the appearance is not very clear. The mature apple trees in the yard are the most eye-catching.
The house is being repaired, so it is closed to the public. Unfortunately, it is only mentioned vaguely in one section of the Parks Canada website-it should be clearly stated on the main page of the house. I went on Victoria Day and they offered a very cheap half-hour trip-$2.4 per person-which was great, because I live in this area, so I am not very disappointed. I booked a personal tour from Maya, Maya is professional and provided a lot of information. The house and courtyard are beautiful, and a lot of gardening work that is faithful to history is underway. I can see the inside from many windows, which is not bad.
Bellevue house, the former residence of Canada’s first prime minister, John A. Macdonald Hahaha