Glanmore is an excellent example of Second Empire architecture in Canada. The home – now a regional museum – was built in 1883 for banker J.P.C. Phillips. Interiors feature ornate frescoed ceilings, suspended staircases and intricate woodwork. During Doors Open, see the Unmasking Influenza exhibition to learn more about the 1918-19 Spanish flu pandemic and its lasting impact on Canadian society.
- Partial wheelchair access
- National Historic Site (Canada)
- Self-guided tours available
Contact info257 Bridge Street East
ArchitectureYear built: 1883
Architect: Thomas Hanley
Architectural style: Second Empire
Building type: Historical landmark, Museum
Dates/hours openSaturday October 17, 2020
Saturday: 10 a.m. to 4 p.m.