Todmorden Mills is a cross-section of Toronto, stacked century-by-century, and layer-by-layer upon itself. From an Indigenous wate...
Todmorden Mills is a cross-section of Toronto, stacked century-by-century, and layer-by-layer upon itself. From an Indigenous waterway to the industrial hub, from a prisoner of war camp to a modern arts and theatre venue; each community has made its mark and added another layer to explore.
Todmorden Mills allows visitors to immerse themselves in Toronto’s history through the daily lives of the working people who made the lumber, ﬂour, beer, and bricks that built our city.
Admission General admission is free. Some exhibitions and events may carry a separate charge where noted.
Hours of Operation Papermill Gallery Wednesday to Sunday: 11 a.m. to 4 p.m.
Free Guided Tours 60-minute tours are offered at 11:30 a.m.,1 p.m. and 2:45 p.m.
Special Exhibits and Events Browse the Toronto History Museums Calendar to find special exhibits and events happening at this and other museum sites.