Come and explore Gibson House Museum, the 1851 home of the Gibson
family: immigrants, farmers, land surveyors, reformers, and rebels.
This tour will unravel the colonial history of the land and its
peoples: David Gibson risked his home and family to make Toronto
better for himself and his neighbours, but also used his skills as
a surveyor to disrupt Indigenous ways of life that existed for tens
of thousands of years. Explore and engage with how the family
shaped a community, a city, and the province.
The main floor and washroom level at Gibson House are wheelchair
accessible - all key elements of your experience will happen on the
main floor; the upper floor is only accessible by stairs.
Accessible parking is located adjacent to the front entrance.
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