Montgomery's Inn

Montgomery's Inn

Celebrating its 40th anniversary as a museum, Montgomery's Inn has been a landmark in Etobicoke for over 180 years. Now, surrounded by a rapidly expanding metropolis, it continues to provide visual evidence of early 19th-century life in this region. Restored to its heyday of 1847, the Inn still extends its tradition of hospitality, started by the Montgomerys in the 1830s.

Visitors explore the pivotal role of the tavern in colonial Canada. View the lodgers' bedrooms, the barroom, second floor assembly room and the Montgomery family bedrooms, sitting room and office. The Inn is available for rentals and is a welcoming environment for your special event or meeting. 

Montgomery's Inn is one of 10 historic museums operated by the City of Toronto. Toronto's Historic Sites engage visitors, inspire passion, challenge ideas and connect the past to the present.

History of Montgomery's Inn

About Montgomery's Inn

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The inn engages youth and children through cooking and art programs.

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Facility Rentals

Book your event or meeting in one of two rooms and capture the hospitality of 150 years past.


Farmers' Market

Every Wednesday from 2 to 6 p.m. shop local produce, meat, cheese, honey and more.

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School Programs

Montgomery's Inn offers a variety of school programs for all grades.