Stumbled upon this fabulous little museum by accident and it was fascinating. So much history and our guide was well informed on the history of Toronto and Canada. Our teenage son loved it and had great discussion with our guide. It's a guided tour only for about 45 minutes to an hour, but it really was worthwhile.
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The Campbell house is a great location in the middle of busy down town. The history of this house is fascinating and the staff are great. I liked the basement kitchen and the history and pitures of this move being moved to its present location.It is nice to go there around Christam to see the decorations they have.
We attended a wedding reception held here and the service couldn't have been better. From the servers to the bar staff, everyone went out of their way to make us feel welcome and at ease. The food was fresh, tasty, and nicely presented, though there were not enough places to lay items down: because of the many antiques and their... more
A rare example of Georgian architecture, this museum is the restored home of the first Chief Justice of Upper Canada.
Campbell House was built in 1822 for Judge William Campbell, the Sixth Chief Justice of Upper Canada, and his wife Lady Hannah. More than 150 years later the 300-ton house was jacked up at its original site on Adelaide Street East, and moved to University Avenue over a period of six hours. In 1974 the carefully renovated Campbell House was officially opened to the Public by The Queen Mother.... more