La Casa Spadina es un museo histórico localizado en Toronto, Canadá, administrado por la Ciudad de los Servicios Culturales de Toronto. El arte, la decoración y la arquitectura de la casa utilizada refleja los estilos contemporáneos de la década de 1860 a 1930, incluyendo elementos de los estilos victoriano, eduardiano, art decó, art nouveau y colonial renacentista. Después de estar cerrado durante un año debido a los trabajos de restauración, la casa Spadina reabrió sus puertas en noviembre de 2010.
La casa se encuentra en el extremo sur de la zona norte de Spadina Road, en la parte superior de la colina de Davenport, un acantilado situado en la orilla del lago prehistórico de los iroqueses.
|Lunes||12:00 – 5:00 PM|
|Martes||12:00 – 5:00 PM|
|Miércoles||12:00 – 5:00 PM|
|Jueves||12:00 – 5:00 PM|
|Viernes||12:00 – 5:00 PM|
|Sábado||12:00 – 5:00 PM|
|Domingo||12:00 – 5:00 PM|
Laurel McBrine | dic. 24, 2017
This more modest yet still grand dwelling, placed in the shadow of the palatial Casa Loma, is a wonderful place to visit on a beautiful day when the gardens are in full bloom. The interior is also worth a visit, but there is a fee to enter. It is fun to see how people lived in the recent past, with the interior reflecting the era of the early 1900's. They seem to have some fun events periodically as well. The gardens are breathtaking (and free on the day we were there, although I think you can also pay for tours of the grounds) to wander around, with flowers and a vegetable garden. So beautiful! Great for photographers!
Mark Hurlburt | feb. 4, 2018
Don't go on Mondays. ..it's closed. It's beautiful on the outside lol. Very helpful staff...even off shift.lol Looking foward to going when open. Looks beautiful through the windows looking in. I have been before, and it's wonderful, just wanted to take the kids this time.
Mary | dic. 27, 2017
A beautiful house that is a wonderful slice of Toronto history lovingly restored to the 1920s with original furnishings, decorations and memorabilia. Toronto's slightly more modest 'Downtown Abbey'.
Pam Aggelakos | nov. 26, 2017
Visited this historic landmark for the first time. Beautiful grounds, great tour and a sugar cookie with apple cider. I loved it!
Maziar Mehrabi | dic. 16, 2017
The guided tour was very informative and the content was well presented. This place is full of well preserved history. I personally prefer places like this over e.g. Casa Loma. The shop has a lot of high quality souvenirs and NOT the common kitsch you find in other places. Oh, and make sure you try their homemade cookies on your way out (picture attached), it's only 2$.
James Pang | mar. 17, 2018
Never know that there was such a building until I visited. The guided tour was very detailed. Although it is located in the city, I managed to park for free in the street, legally. Otherwise, it would have costed me at least $10
N Salgo | mar. 19, 2018
This is a museum of quite manageable size. Our guide was very knowledgeable and was able to give us a real feel for what life was like for the family in this house
Elizabeth MacLeod | mar. 18, 2018
$9 entry and very good tour. Lovely house and older than Casa Loma.
Greg Passarella | mar. 20, 2018
A must see! A great look into Toronto life of the rich at the turn of the century.
Lila Kotaki | abr. 25, 2018
Great historic place right across Casa Loma. A must-see for visitors who would like to know more about the history of Toronto!
Ria L | may. 28, 2018
This place is a must visit if you are visiting or even if you reside in Toronto. The gardens are beautiful during the summer months and you can take a leisurely stroll through them. This is also my favourite spot to visit during Nuit Blanche every year! A lovely gem right in the heart of Toronto. Definitely recommended for all history lovers and Jane Austen aficionados.
P. D. | may. 30, 2018
A small, but interesting museum. Great for people interested in local history and interior design. The tour is very informative and not rushed, so there's time to have a good look at the house. Restored with great attention to detail. And the garden is lovely.
Dawn Sinclair | may. 30, 2018
Fascinating to see the displays and reproduction of how this beautiful house was laid out. A lovely walk through time.
Christine Mae Lamarca | jun. 21, 2018
I've always heard of the Spadina Museum, but never had a chance to go until I stumbled upon it during Open Doors. Though I only had a small amount of time to explore, I did enjoy what it had to offer. It was nice to learn about local history and get a sense of what it was like to live in Toronto, during that time frame. I found the staff to be very friendly and quite knowledgeable, and happy to answer any questions I had. I was quite impressed that they had a good chunk of the original decor from the Austin Family. The house is restored to the 1920s time period, which make it great for an morning, or early afternoon stroll. The gardens in the spring/summer is also great to check out.
Amanda Groulx | jun. 28, 2018
I was really happy with how well run a recent event at this museum was! An outdoor event in the rain could spell a nightmare but the team were well prepared and made sure most attractions were in tents. The gardens were stunning! The museum itself is beautiful and our tour guide exceeded all expectations with his knowledge base! I would go again for sure!!!
Michael Kennedy | jun. 15, 2018
This was my first time visiting the Spadina Museum, on Spadina street. and I Just recently visited this place and noticed it was such a nice place to go to. Would want to visit again, this is a must visit to see the beautiful gardens during the summer months thank you so much for the good scenery.
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