Heritage Houses of Ontario
Visit the heritage houses and museums in your community and afar. You will be surprised by what you find out.
Everyone has a story to tell – whether of the family who built it, the architecture, the history or of the people who continue its legacy.
All are welcome!
Experience a guided tour of this early 19th century homestead once home to the Gage family...
Built in 1822, Campbell House was home to Chief Justice William Campbell.
Cottonwood is an Italianate-style red brick mansion built c. 1860 by William Holmes Jr.
Experience a guided tour of this 40-room Italianate-style villa built in the 1830’s on B...
1808 homestead of the Lee family for over 160 years.
See where seven generations of the Jones family chose to call home and immerse yourself in Ontario’s rich heritage.
Early Upper Canada Georgian Manor invites you to walk back in time.
Discover the 1,500-acre country estate and former home of five generations of the Thompson
Built in 1848 -McQuesten family home for three generations, from 1852-1968
Hamilton, Ontario to Hamilton, Ontario
Mid Island Historic Path – your one day adventure!
Nanaimo, British Columbia to Parksville, British Columbia 3 places
Take a visit to Mid Vancouver Island, where you will find historic sites and nature beauty
Medical History in Canada
Aurora, Ontario to Powell River, British Columbia 13 places
Explore these historic sites that offer insight into Canada’s medical history!
Gothic Architecture in Canada
Aurora, Ontario to Saint Andrews, Manitoba 5 places
Explore the beauty and detail of the Gothic architecture of these historic places!
Historic Homes in Ontario
Aurora, Ontario to Oshawa, Ontario 12 places
Inspired by the history of Hillary House, here are some more historic homes to visit!