Visitors can step back in time at Spadina Museum (shown here) or any of the ten museums owned and operated by the City of Toronto.
Located in High Park, this museum holds seasonal events, craft workshops and more.
Fort York is the birthplace of urban Toronto and contains original War of 1812 buildings.
This 1851 Georgian-style farmhouse was the home of David Gibson and his family.
The last home of Toronto's first Mayor interprets urban Victorian life of the 1860s.
Discover the art and culture of Toronto on the second floor of the historic St. Lawrence Market.
The inn provides a look at 19th-century rural life and the role of the tavern in Colonial Canada.
The museum's log home and late 19th-century farmhouse tell the story of the area's rural past.
The stately 55-room house has been meticulously restored to its 1920s appearance.
Set in the Don Valley, Todmorden Mills played a large role in Toronto's industrial growth.
This restored one-room schoolhouse depicts a typical day for students in 1910.
Browse through virtual exhibits that highlight the City's history, its decorative arts, and watercolours of a prominent Torontonian.
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