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Spadina House is an upper-class historic home, built by businessman James Austin in 1866. An ideal place to visit in the summer, the six-acre grounds have Victorian and Edwardian gardens. From... Read More
Spadina House is an upper-class historic home, built by businessman James Austin in 1866. An ideal place to visit in the summer, the six-acre grounds have Victorian and Edwardian gardens. From chestnut trees to forget-me-nots, it is an understated place to frolic. Inside, the furnished home had a major renovation in 2010, but still feels like you have entered a time machine. Spadina House provides a great sense of the different marks of different generations, from the 1800s until today. It showcases a different Toronto. This is the next door neighbour of Casa Loma, and it ideal to see the two in the same day.
- Tue-Sun Noon-5pm
- Hours May Vary Seasonally
- Adult (19-64) CAD7.96; Senior (65+) CAD5.75; Student (13-18) CAD5.75; Child (6-12) CAD4.87; Child (0-6) Free
- Historic Sites: "If you are running out of activities for the kids consider enrolling them in one of Spadina House's popular camps."
- Outdoor Activities: "If you are seeking out a prime space for an outdoor wedding, the Spadina House may be it. It also works as an ideal spot for amateur photographers."
- Museums: "Check out what sort of events are going on at the time you are visiting. There may be a Downton Abbey inspired costume party, which will make a heck of an Instagram photo."
- Best for Historic Sites Because: Toronto's version of Downton Abbey is a good substitute for when you have finished binge-watching the popular series.
- Best for Outdoor Activities Because: 5 acres of tended gardens and orchards. How does YOUR garden grow?
- Best for Museums Because: This historic mansion reflects the contemporary styles of the 1860s to the 1930s. It is fascinating to see how the rich lived.