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The great home of Sir Henry Pellatt. Featuring secret passages, an 800-foot tunnel, towers, stables, beautiful 5-acre estate gardens, tours and guides are available as well.
Grand Classical building in Toronto, designed in 1860. The Court of Appeal for Ontario, the Superior Court Of Justice and the Law Society of Upper Canada currently reside at Osgoode Hall.
The Peel Heritage Complex is comprised of Region of Peel archives, art gallery, museum, County Jail and Whitney Gallery. Provides school programs, film circuit and community events.
In 1960 the Toronto Township Historical Foundation was formed, the forerunner of the Mississauga Heritage Foundation (Heritage Mississauga).Heritage Mississauga believes that our heritage is an important element in fostering and maintaining Mississauga's sense of community pride.
Acquires, renovates, retrofits and manages architecturally interesting older buildings in Toronto to provide a dignified, sophisticated alternative to costly, conventional office space. Properties available for rent and lease for commercial use.
Non-for-profit charitable foundation presents a heritage building, that's roles include Community Centre, Designated Heritage Building, Heritage Resource, Living History Museum and Rental Facility.
Toronto's Magnificent Castle. Stately towers, soaring battlements, secret passageways and sweeping terraces. The medieval style castle is a product of Sir Henry Pellatt.
Offers full service independent living housing communities designed to nurture the spirit, encourage independence and celebrate the individual.
Historic residence open to the public. Provides information on the house and carriage house craft shop, past and today's information, upcoming events and links.
Provides information about the history of Casa Loma, short biography of E.J. Lennox - the architect, and Sir Henry Mill Pellatt. Also includes a tour, location, and contact information.