The Grange History and Heritage
Learn more about this national historic site, built in 1817, given to the Art Museum of Toronto in 1911, and now restored to the 1835-40 period
The Grange has been added as a feature site on the Building Stories website and smartphone application that enables Canadians to participate in identifying important community heritage assets. Visit the website and download the free mobile app.
[murmur] is a documentary oral history project that records stories and memories told about specific geographic locations. Hear You Are is an online exhibition of [murmur]'s presence in and around Grange Park in Toronto.
This online exhibition recounts the story of the historic Grange house and its inhabitants.
An introduction to D’Acry Boulton Jr., Sarah Anne Robinson Boulton, William Henry Boulton, Harriett Boulton Smith and Goldwin Smith.
The Grange was the first home of the Art Museum of Toronto (later to become the Art Gallery of Ontario) and rests today as a historic Georgian manor in downtown Toronto, Canada...