HISTORIC KITCHENS IN CANADIAN MUSEUMS

Montgomery's Inn
4709 Dundas Street West
Toronto, Ontario M9A 1A8
416 394-8113
montinn@toronto.ca
http://www.toronto.ca/culture/montgomerys_inn.htm
http://www.montgomerysinn.com
At the intersection of Dundas and Islington Avenue

Montgomery's Inn was built in 1830; a tavern, ball room, extra sleeping quarters, and ground-floor kitchen were added a few years later. Restored to the period 1847-50, this City of Toronto museum offers open-hearth cooking classes in the historic kitchen for adults, children, and families; runs March Break and Summer Day Camps for children, featuring hands-on cooking; animates the kitchen and tavern for special events; and maintains a historic kitchen garden.

Hearth in the 1838 kitchen at Montgomery's Inn

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