Markham Village Train Stationin-person Doors Open Markham

  • In-person
  • 2024 theme: Adaptive reuse
  • Full wheelchair access
  • Parking
  • Photography allowed
  • Rental opportunities
Markham Village Train Station

The restoration of this original 1871 railway station was the first major project of the Markham Village Conservancy, with restoration completed in 2000. The exterior paint colours were reproduced from c. 1910 when the rail line was part of the Grand Trunk Railway. Today, the station serves GO Transit commuters and functions as a community centre for meetings and classes.

The restoration of this Toronto and Nipissing Railway station was the first major project of the Markham Village Conservancy. When the railway opened in 1871, the station became a busy commercial and industrial hub. The exterior has been restored to its c. 1910 appearance. The station continues to serve GO Transit commuters, and functions as a community centre. As part of Digital Doors Open, enjoy a virtual tour of this station below.

Contact info

214 Main Street North
Markham, Ontario


Year built: 1870
Building type:Transportation

Dates/hours open

Jun 08, 10:00am - Jun 08, 05:00pm

Saturday: 10 a.m. to 5 p.m.