The Mackenzie House was amazing and it was a key part of learning about the city. There were two super staff, not to mention how handsome they were. The price was reasonable and the tours I chose were not many. The tour itinerary was very interesting. I highly recommend this attraction.
The McKinsey House was originally the home of Toronto’s first mayor, radical journalist and publisher, and the leader of the Upper Canada Rebellion in 1837, William Lyon McKinsey.
It’s not recommended to go here if it’s snowy, it’s not worth a visit, plus the Canadian snow season is really scary, so if you come in summer, you can go and see
McKinsey House, the commentator here is very enthusiastic and very knowledgeable. He knows the history of the McKinsey family very well. He explains it very well for us. We know a lot.
I like it very much, be sure to check it out and like it