HISTORIC KITCHENS IN CANADIAN MUSEUMS

The Grange, at the Art Gallery of Ontario
317 Dundas Street West
Toronto, Ontario M5T 1G4
http://www.ago.net/www/information/grange/grange_frame.cfm

The Grange, built in 1817 for D'Arcy Boulton Jr and his family, is the
oldest remaining brick house in Toronto, the first home of the Art Gallery
of Ontario, and a National Historic Site. The house boasts two kitchens, the
original 1817 one with a working brick bake oven and open hearth, and an
1830s kitchen with a wood stove, rising cupboard, and servants bells.
Costumed interpreters demonstrate nineteenth-century baking, focusing
largely on bread making, using the bake oven. Admission is included with AGO
admission.

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