Campbell House, 160 Queen St. W. at University Ave. near Osgoode subway station, is an 1820s Georgian mansion built for Chief Justice of Upper Canada (1825-29) Sir William Campbell and his wife Hannah. Moved from its original location in 1972, the museum is beautifully restored and features a fine collection of period furnishings. Guided 30-minute tours conducted by costumed interpreters provide insight into Toronto's early history. Special events are offered throughout the year.
$6; $4 (ages 13-18 and 65+); $3 (ages 5-12); free (support person for physically impaired visitor). Gallery free to all.
Hours: Tues.-Fri. 9:30-4:30, Sat.-Sun. noon-4:30, June-Sept.; Tues.-Fri. 9:30-4:30, Sat. noon-4:30, rest of year. Closed Good Friday, Easter Mon., July 1, second Mon. in Oct. and Christmas Eve-Dec. 31. Last tour departs 30 minutes before closing.