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Gibson House

5172 Yonge Street, North York , ON M2N 5P6

Gibson House is a historical museum in Toronto. David Gibson built this house in 1851. Its style reflects a prosperous man, and some of its furniture and engravings reflect his U.S. residence in the motif. Tours are available, and a museum attached to the old house offers insight into the lives of a family which continued to reside here into the 20th Century.

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