Services for Seniors in Toronto

Toronto Historic Museums

The City of Toronto operates a number of historic sites and museums where Toronto’s past comes alive. Tours can be self-directed or hosted by knowledgeable museum staff. Many of the sites offer seasonal activities and special exhibits. Hours vary by location, phone ahead for details

Admission prices for seniors 65+ range from approximately $2.50 - $5.50 plus taxes. For more information, visit the City of Toronto's Museums page.

Etobicoke/York

Montgomery’s Inn
416-394-8113
4709 Dundas St W
montinn@toronto.ca
• Enjoy the hospitality of an 1847 country inn


North York

Gibson House Museum
416-395-7432
5172 Yonge St
gibsonhouse@toronto.ca
• An 1851 family farmhouse shows Toronto’s rural past


Scarborough

Scarborough Museum
416-338-8807
1007 Brimley Rd
shm@toronto.ca
• Discover rural life from the 1850s to 1900 in Scarborough’s Thomson Memorial Park
• Admission by donation


Toronto & East York

Colborne Lodge
416-392-6916
11 Colborne Lodge Dr
clodge@toronto.ca
• A restored 1837 regency villa located in High Park

Fort York National Historic Site
416-392-6907
250 Fort York Blvd
fortyork@toronto.ca
• Toronto’s birthplace and Canada’s largest collection of original War of 1812 buildings

Mackenzie House
416-392-6915
82 Bond St
machouse@toronto.ca
• The 1858 home of Toronto’s famous rebel and first mayor, William Lyon Mackenzie

Spadina Museum: Historic House & Gardens
416-392-6910
285 Spadina Rd
spadina@toronto.ca
• One of Toronto’s finest mansions and its restored Victorian and Edwardian gardens

Todmorden Mills Heritage Site
416-396-2819
67 Pottery Rd
todmorden@toronto.ca
• A fascinating collection of early industrial buildings in the Don River Valley


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