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Mackenzie House

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82 Bond St, Toronto

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Mackenzie House is a restored 1857 townhouse in downtown Toronto. It was the last home of William Lyon Mackenzie, Toronto's first ...
Mackenzie House is a restored 1857 townhouse in downtown Toronto. It was the last home of William Lyon Mackenzie, Toronto's first mayor and leader of the 1837 Rebellion. The site features a recreated 19th-century print shop.

Kids can enjoy:

- Making crafts
- Guided tours
- A "Victorian Christmas" in December
- A "Robbie Burns Day Celebration" in January

Note: General admission is free. Some exhibitions and events may carry a separate charge where noted.

Registration is required for neighborhood tours.

Group Visits: Effective January 1, 2023, groups of 15 people or more will be charged a fee for their visits. This fee includes a reserved time for your group and a dedicated tour guide to ensure an enjoyable and engaging experience.
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