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Dickinson House

This 150-year-old house – built in 1867 by M.K. Dickinson, founder of the village of Manotick – was the residence from 1870-1972 of the Dickinson, Spratt and Watson families: owners and operators of the grist mill across the square. The house is distinctive for its New England federal-style architecture, which is a rare and unusual sight in Ontario. For Digital Doors Open, explore an impressive 3D virtual tour of the house, or wander the village of Manotick by aerial drone through the video below! If you'd like to see another example of New England architecture in Ontario, check out the history of the Ontario Heritage Trust's Barnum House in Grafton.

Tell us your story about this site

  • Digital Doors Open
  • Virtual tour
  • Video

Contact info

1127 Mill Street
Manotick, Ontario
www.rideautownshiphistory.org/dickinsonhouse

Architecture

Year built: 1867
Architect: M.K. Dickinson
Building type: Historical house, Museum

Dates/hours open

Friday May 1 – Wednesday March 31, 2021
Part of Digital Doors Open Ottawa

Dickinson House 1127 Mill Street