Mackenzie House

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Mackenzie House was the final home of William Lyon Mackenzie, Toronto’s first mayor, who died in the house in 1861. It now operates as a historic house museum of 1860s Victorian life. Its three ghosts are thought to be an elderly lady in the Rose room, a bagpipes player, and a little girl named Elizabeth.

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Geographic Information

82 Bond Street
Toronto, ON
M5B 1X2, Canada

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43.6556681, -79.378265
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