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Spadina Museum

285 Spadina Rd
Toronto, ON  M5R 2V5

(416) 392-6910

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4.5 star rating
July 17, 2013

I actually like this even more than Casa Loma, which is WAY over the top. Spadina House feels more like that home that it once was, and not just a showcase. I love the Irish green dining room, the pretty-in-pink sitting room, and all the wonderful paintings on the wall ... this family loved art! Definitely worth a trip.

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4.5 star rating
April 17, 2013

One of the most beautiful historical houses in Toronto. Well worth it, to see what a family truly lived like in the 1920s and 1930s. Original furniture throughout and artwork that belonged to the Austin family. Staff are knowledgeable and were very kind.

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4.5 star rating
August 17, 2012

Historic location, attractive gardens. Our string duo, trio and string quartet has performed here for wedding ceremonies, reception and private events, and its proximity to the downtown, beautiful 1920's and 30s decor and attractive gardens make it a wonderful place to host a wide variety of events.

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April 10, 2014

Home to the Austin family for more than a century, Spadina House is now operated as a museum by the City of Toronto Cultural Services. Although some restoration has taken place, the original feel of the 55-room mansion has been wonderfully preserved, giving visitors a glimpse into a time when immigration increased and tabloid journalism had its beginnings (1918-1939). Rooms are also available... more

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May 07, 2011

Historic House
Four generations of the wealthy Austin family have their impact on the city represented between the walls of the Spadina Museum, which is filled with exquisite furniture and décor that captures the local art scene from the 1860s through the 1930s. The museum also hosts special events like the annual Strawberry Festival, Music in the Orchard, and tours throughout the year.

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