Spadina is a 55 room Toronto mansion restored to the interwar era (1918-1939). Owned for three generations by the Austins, a prominent family of business people and arts patrons, Spadina is now a museum and celebrated landmark in Toronto. The 6-acre grounds include two fruit orchards, a 1913 greenhouse, and lush ornamental gardens.
Spadina is the only Toronto museum to represent the 1920s and 30s, and it does so with breathtaking accuracy. From draperies and wallpaper to kitchen cupboards and telephone books, Spadina features an unparalleled collection of original family artifacts and meticulously crafted reproductions.
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