Was in one of the oldest buildings in Toronto. Not big but historic house located in one of the busiest corners of Toronto. Had a good example of a house here before the big city of Toronto appeared. Well restored and maintained, the house is kept with furniture, carpets and lighting from the 19th century onwards. It is a great place to visit
The Toronto Campbell House was built in 1822 by the Chief Justice of Canada, William Campbell and his wife Hannah. It is located in the center of Toronto and is the oldest existing building in Yorktown. The overall design of the former residence is intended to create a pleasant and comfortable atmosphere. Campbell’s House is one of the few Georgian-era buildings left in Toronto. It also has the fashion sense of the late Georgian era. This architectural style is also known as Palladian architecture.
To get to Campbell House Museum, you can take the subway to Osgood station. It is across the road from the Four Seasons Performing Arts Center and Osgood Hall. The opening hours are very short every day, from Tuesday to Sunday 9:30am-4:30pm, Saturday and Sunday 12:00-4:30pm, and closed on Monday.
It is the oldest existing building on the site of Yorktown, built in 1822 by the Chief Justice of Upper Canada, Mr. William Campbell (William Campbell) and his wife Hannah
It has a very beautiful building structure, and there are not many tourists in normal times. If you live here, it’s not bad to take a breath of fresh air occasionally