Gibson House Museum - Toronto

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Gibson House Museum is a historic building located in northern Toronto.

The Gibson House Museum is an example of Georgian architecture. It was built in the mid 19th century as a farm house for David Gibson - a member of the Legislative Assembly. After being used as a boarding house for many years, the building interior was restored.

The museum has a hands on "discovery gallery" with interactive games and exhibits.

On weekends workshops are offered on 19th cooking, desserts, breads and preserves.

Details

5172 Yonge St. (At Park Home Ave)
416 395 7432
TTC - North York Centre Station

Call for hours of operation and tour availability

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