Whitehern Historic House and Gardenin-person Doors Open Hamilton Region

  • In-person
  • National Historic Site (Canada)
  • Washrooms
  • Photography allowed
Whitehern Historic House and Garden

Whitehern Historic House and Garden is a mid-19th-century urban estate owned by the McQuesten family for three generations. It was built in 1848 with a 1930s addition. The home includes original family furnishings from the Georgian, Victorian and Edwardian eras in the context of Thomas B. McQuesten’s career in 1939. Today, it is a splendid museum with beautiful gardens.

Contact info

41 Jackson Street West (at MacNab Street South)
Hamilton, Ontario
E-mail: Richard.Barlas@hamilton.ca


Year built: 1848
Building type:Historical landmarkMuseum
Architectural style:EdwardianGeorgianVictorian

Dates/hours open

May 05, 10:00am - May 05, 04:00pm

Sunday only: 10 a.m. to 4 p.m.