Glanmore is an excellent example of Second Empire architecture in Canada. The home was built in 1883 for banker J.P.C. Phillips. Interiors feature ornate frescoed ceilings, suspended staircases and intricate woodwork. Learn about the restoration of this historical house, climb part of the servant's staircase, and discover hidden secrets found during past restoration projects.
- 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 September 21, 2019
Saturday: 10 a.m. to 4 p.m.