MONTGOMERY’S INN IN THOMAS RILEY PARK, A TORONTO HISTORY MUSEUM IN ETOBICOKE, 1830’S

Montgomery’s Inn tells the story of the people of suburban ETOBICOKE. The restored building features 12 rooms, a tea room, a bar, commercial kitchen, gallery space, a 3,000-volume research library and archive. Visitors can explore the role of the tavern in colonial Canada through tours, events, exhibits and educational programs. Location – 4709 Dundas St. West; website of this and other TORONTO historical museums – https://www.toronto.ca/explore-enjoy/history-art-culture/museums/montgomerys-inn/

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