This mid-nineteenth century house operated as a hotel and tavern from 1848 to 1988. It also served as a station on Southern Ontario’s main east-west highway, which was previously a stagecoach route. This building now operates as a museum which preserves and portrays this heritage.
Conservation / Preservation:
A few historical objects such as historical furniture and household items.
During special events such as Doors Open Toronto and Heritage Walks, historical talks are given at Lambton House recalling its significance and history.
On the first Friday of every month, members from the public can gather and use Lambton House as a pub.
Address & Contact Information:
4066 Old Dundas Street
Hours of Operation:
Call or email to schedule a visit.
Key Words: tavern, leisure