THE SPADINA MUSEUM, 285 SPADINA ROAD, IS A VICTORIAN HOUSE IN AN EDWARDIAN GARDEN

The Spadina (Spa-dee-na) Museum, 285 Spadina (Spa-dye-na) Road, sits atop Davenport Hill. One of several museums operated by the City of TORONTO, the house was built in 1866. Its interior is furnished in styles from the 1860’s to the 1930’s.

Located near Casa Loma and the stables, the surrounding neighborhood contains some of TORONTO’s finest homes. Within easy walking distance – Nordheimer Ravine and its trails, Ardwold Gate, Winston Churchill Park and the St. Clair Reservoir.  A short drive or walk away – Forest Hill Village.

PHOTOS ABOVE by Roland Shainidze – http://www.ilovetoronto.com

The Museum is surrounded by immaculate Victorian and Edwardian gardens.

The Spadina Museum is open Tuesday to Friday, noon-4 pm; Saturday and Sunday, noon-5 pm.
Subway stop: DUPONT, and then walk northwest uphill, or ST. CLAIR subway stop, and then streetcar #512 westbound to Spadina Road, and walk south.

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