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Eastern Ontario

Eastern Ontario Fulford Place

Walk the same halls as royalty. Get a rare glimpse of the luxurious lifestyle of another era. Discover the story of Senator George T. Fulford, explore the grand Fulford mansion and marvel at the many original family furnishings. Stroll through the restored Olmsted Brothers gardens ...

Fulford Place, Brockville (Photo: Glyn Davies)

Eastern Ontario Homewood Museum

Although Homewood was constructed in the late Georgian style, the simplicity of some of its details, especially the shutters and metalwork, show a French-Canadian influence ...

Homewood Museum, Maitland

Eastern Ontario Inge-Va

Located in the heart of Perth, this late-Georgian stone residence was built in 1823 for Reverend Michael Harris, the first Episcopalian minister in the district ...

Inge-Va, Perth

Greater Toronto Area

Greater Toronto Area Enoch Turner Schoolhouse

Toronto's Enoch Turner Schoolhouse is a provincially significant heritage site and the oldest school still standing in Toronto. Today, this historical property is a public museum and a conference and special events venue. The original one-room school was established in 1848 ...

Enoch Turner Schoolhouse Exterior 01

Niagara Falls and Region

Niagara Falls and Region Niagara Apothecary

Step through the doors of the Niagara Apothecary and see how pharmacists practised their profession over 100 years ago. Liquor by the barrel or the bottle (and even by the glass), flavourings, paints, dyes, leeches, tobacco and snuff – these were the stock-in-trade of a 19th-century pharmacy...

Niagara Apothecary, Niagara-on-the-Lake

Northern Ontario

Northern Ontario Sir Harry Oakes Chateau

Explore the impressive chateau of the eccentric Sir Harry Oakes (1874-1943), the famous prospector of the gold-mining era that put Kirkland Lake on the map ...

Sir Harry Oakes Chateau, Kirkland Lake

Southwestern Ontario

Southwestern Ontario Uncle Tom's Cabin Historic Site

Uncle Tom's Cabin Historic Site takes its name from Harriet Beecher Stowe's successful 1852 anti-slavery novel Uncle Tom's Cabin, featuring a character named Tom (loosely based on Josiah Henson). Henson's own story is told in his autobiography, first published in 1849 ...

Uncle Tom's Cabin Historic Site, Dresden

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