Century Manor

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Century Manor was once an 1870s institution called the Hamilton Asylum for the Insane (aka Ontario Hospital). Patients are said to have been abused and cruelly experimented on. The site became Century Manor, a museum, in the 1980s, and later the Margaret and Charles Juravinski Centre for Integrated Healthcare. Still nicknamed Century Manor and no longer open to the public, the building is said to be haunted with cries, orbs, apparitions and other strange activity.

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Geographic Information

Off Fennell Ave W
Hamilton, ON L9C 1C5

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43.2424283, -79.88723519999996
Hamilton Division
Nearest Towns:
Hamilton, ON (2.8 mi.)
Dundas, ON (2.9 mi.)
Ancaster, ON (4.8 mi.)
Waterdown, ON (6.3 mi.)
Burlington, ON (6.7 mi.)
Mount Hope, ON (7.1 mi.)
Stoney Creek, ON (7.1 mi.)
Stony, ON (7.1 mi.)
Caledonia, ON (12.5 mi.)
Oakville, ON (17.2 mi.)


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