5172 YONGE ST
District: North York
Gibson House was built in 1851 and became a heritage museum in 1971, interpreting 19th-century domestic arts and rural life skills that include culinary and textile arts, gardening and farming. This elegant farmhouse reveals the evolution of North York through the experience of David Gibson - Scottish immigrant, land surveyor, farmer, politician and rebel - and his family. In addition to camps, the museum offers ongoing events and exhibits, school trips and rentals.
- Phone: 416 395-7432
- Intersection: Near: Yonge St & Park Home Ave
- TTC Information
The Extended Hours option provides supervised care before and/or after camp for children registered in City of Toronto, Parks, Forestry and Recreation camp sessions. Extended hours programs have a separate barcode for registration. Refer to the camp program charts for times, fees and locations.
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Oct-04-2019 to Oct-04-2019, Fri, 8 - 9am
Oct-04-2019 to Oct-04-2019, Fri, 4 - 5pm
Nov-15-2019 to Nov-15-2019, Fri, 8 - 9am
Nov-15-2019 to Nov-15-2019, Fri, 4 - 5pm
Dec-06-2019 to Dec-06-2019, Fri, 8 - 9am
Dec-06-2019 to Dec-06-2019, Fri, 4 - 5pm
Jan-17-2020 to Jan-17-2020, Fri, 4 - 5pm
Feb-14-2020 to Feb-14-2020, Fri, 8 - 9am
Feb-14-2020 to Feb-14-2020, Fri, 4 - 5pm
The 'ultimate camp experience' for campers ages 6 - 12 who want to develop or fine-tune their skills in specialized areas of interest. Skilled and experienced instructors provide specialized instructional programs. All of these programs are complemented with a full line-up of traditional camp activities.
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Oct-11-2019 to Oct-11-2019, Fri, 9am - 4pm
Nov-15-2019 to Nov-15-2019, Fri, 9am - 4pm
Dec-06-2019 to Dec-06-2019, Fri, 9am - 4pm
Jan-17-2020 to Jan-17-2020, Fri, 9am - 4pm
Feb-14-2020 to Feb-14-2020, Fri, 9am - 4pm
prior to your visit to determine if the facility can meet your needs.
Please contact the facility at
Historical timeline of this location