4709 Dundas St W
Montgomery's Inn highlights the historical role played by the inn as a tavern, farm, local gathering place and community hub in the development and history of Etobicoke. Features of the building include the 1830s Inn which features twelve restored rooms, a tea room, a bar room and a commercial kitchen, as well as a modern addition featuring a 3,000 volume research library, a gallery space, archives, and a gift shop.
In addition to camps, the museum offers ongoing events and exhibits, school trips, and rentals.
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Historical timeline of this location