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Leslie Log House - Mississauga

Designated under the Ontario Heritage Act, the Leslie Log House was originally the home of John Leslie Sr. and his wife Esther Beattie Leslie who came to Upper Canada in 1824 from...

Historic Building

MZTV Museum of Television - Toronto

Dedicated to preserving the technological history of the television receiver, this museum has a specialized collection of British and North American TV receivers and related items...

Specialized Collection | Science and Technology Museum

48th Highlanders Museum - Toronto

This military museum collects and exhibits the weapons, uniforms, equipment and related items of the 48th Highlanders. Artifacts at the museum date from the Regiment’s founding in...

Military Museum

Museum Services, Culture Division, City of Toronto - Toronto

10 historic museums operated by the City of Toronto work collectively to inspire passion for the city. Museum professionals have researched the history of Toronto and present this...

Community Museum

Enoch Turner Schoolhouse - Toronto

This historic schoolhouse, built in 1848 by local brewer Enoch Turner, is available to school groups for day-long living history visits and open to the general public. The...

Children's Museum | Historic Building

Toronto's First Post Office - Toronto

Operated by the Town of York Historical Society, Toronto's First Post Office is a museum, National Historic Site, and an authorized full-service dealer for Canada Post.Erected...

Historic Building | Community Museum

Ontario Black History Society - Toronto

Mission Statement: The Ontario Black History Society was founded in 1978 as a non-profit, charitable organization dedicated to the preservation, promotion and study of Black...

Resources

Campbell House Museum - Toronto

Built in 1822, this historic house was the home of William Campbell, sixth Chief Justice of Upper Canada and his wife, Hannah. Saved by the Advocates' Society from demolition...

Historic Building | Art Museum / Gallery

Friends of the CAMH Archives - Toronto

The "Friends of the Archives" is a separately incorporated volunteer organization, linked to CAMH's Volunteer Services Department as well as to the Archives. It was...

Archives

Osgoode Hall

Osgoode Hall (The Law Society of Ontario) - Toronto

Osgoode Hall, a National Historic Site of Canada, is one of the oldest buildings in Toronto and a hub of legal life in Ontario. The building houses the Court of Appeal for Ontario...

Historic Building | Archives

Mackenzie House - Toronto

This restored 1857 townhouse was the final home of William Lyon Mackenzie, Toronto's first mayor and leader of the 1837 Rebellion. The site features a recreated 19th-century...

Community Museum | Historic Building

Canadian Centre for Philanthropy - Toronto

The Canadian Centre for Philanthropy is a membership-based organization that works with charities, governments and corporations to advance the role and interests of the charitable...

Community Museum | Historic Building

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