Mackenzie House
Mackenzie House
Mackenzie House

Mackenzie House

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Top 1% of attractions in Toronto
8 / 10

4 expert reviews

“Just steps away from the hustle and bustle of Yonge and Dundas Square is a hidden heritage treasure known as the Mackenzie House.”

– On the Grid

Fodor's
"Once home to journalist William Lyon Mackenzie, Toronto's first mayor (elected in 1834) and designer of the city's coat of arms, this Greek Revival row house is now a museum." Full review
Frommer's
"This Greek Revival brick row house dates from the mid-19th century. It was once the home of William Lyon Mackenzie, a fiery orator and newspaper editor who had a most unusual career." Full review
Michelin Guide
1 Star
"This 19C brick row house, with its four chimneys and single dormer, was the last home of William Lyon Mackenzie." Full review
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A replica of his print shop includes a hand-operated flatbed press on which his newspapers were printed (demonstrations).


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