Gibson House Museum

5172 Yonge St.
Toronto, ON M2N 5P6- Map It
(416) 395-7432

AAA Editor Notes

Gibson House Museum, 5172 Yonge St. at Park Home Ave., is a Georgian-style brick house restored to the period of 1851. Furnishings and artifacts reflect the life of Scottish emigrant David Gibson, a surveyor and politician, and that of his wife and family. Many special events reflecting seasonal themes as well as workshops about hearth cooking and Scottish foods and customs are offered throughout the year. The Discovery Gallery features interactive displays. Guided 45-minute tours by costumed interpreters are available.
$6.19; $3.54 (ages 13-18 and 65+); $2.65 (ages 2-12); pay-what-you-wish, Thurs. 5-8. Mid-Nov. to early Jan., $7.08; $4.42 (ages 13-18 and 65+); $3.76 (ages 5-12).
Hours: Wed.-Sun. 11-5 (also Thurs. 5-8), July-Aug.; Wed.–Sun. 1-5 (also Thurs. 5-8) mid-Jan. to June 30 and mid-Sept. to early Jan.; daily 11-5, Mar. school break. Closed Jan. 1, Good Friday, Easter Monday, Victoria Day, Canada Day, Labour Day, Thanksgiving, Christmas Eve, Christmas and day after Christmas. Last tour begins 30 minutes before closing.