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While Canada this year celebrates its 150th anniversary, drop in Canadian political history by visiting the former home of two of the greatest prime ministers of Canada. Sir Wilfrid Laurier and William Lyon Mackenzie King there were dignitaries and politicians over there directing the affairs of state. Be transported back in time and discover the rooms of this Victorian house left almost intact after the death of Mackenzie King.
Admire the works of art and personal objects that belonged to the two men, trace their great achievements and discover the new exhibition in the kitchen, on how Canadian fed during the Second World War. Come to tea on Saturday afternoon on the veranda and taste the amazing pastries concocted by the restaurant Cordon Bleu Signatures, attend a spiritism séance with Mackenzie King and his medium, get a behind the scene tour and touch artifacts whit white gloves or take a guided tour of the most entertaining.
Free admission in 2017 to celebrate Canada’s 150th birthday.
- Hours of Operation : May 1st - June 30: Thur-Mon,10am-5pm July 1 - Labour Day: Open daily, including statutory holidays,10am-5pm Labour Day - Thanksgiving: Thur-Mon,10am-5pm
- Wheelchair Accessible : No