Région touristique : Greater Toronto
The Casa Loma estate constructed between 1907 and 1914, was home to the prominent Toronto financier Sir Henry Pellatt and his wife Mary. They enjoyed Casa Loma for less than ten years before financial misfortune forced the Pellatts to abandon their dream castle.
Today, Casa Loma is one of Toronto's most popular tourist attractions. This renowned landmark features unique architecture, soaring ceilings, rich wood carving, sumptuous marble and luminous stained glass. You can also explore secret passages, view the city from one of two towers, and traverse an 800-foot tunnel to luxurious stables. Five acres of beautiful estate gardens surround the castle and offer sparkling fountains, unique sculpture and dazzling displays of rare annuals and perennials that change with the seasons.
Renseignements sur les collections
Period furniture, decor, artwork
Archival materials related to lives of Henry and Mary Pellatt and Casa Loma
Architectural Records •
Prints and Drawings •
Ceramics, Porcelain or Pottery •
Furniture or Furnishings •
Textiles or Tapestries
Some original pieces of European and Canadian Art
American • Canadian • European
Autre période : Edwardian
Média : Painting • Photography • Prints and Drawings • Sculpture
Clocks or Time-Keeping Devices
Costumes and Accessories
Furniture or Furnishings
Household Objects or Domestic Technology
Military History and Technology
: Non-motorized ground
Collections biologiques ou plantes et animaux
Botany : Vascular Plants : Non-Flowering Plants : Seed Plants
Self-guided audio tours in 8 languages and a 22 minute documentary about Sir Henry Pellatt are included in admission; garden tours and special programs; special events oriented to children (Christmas and March break); in the evening, Casa Loma becomes a catering venue for private functions; gift shop and Druxy's Famou Deli on the premises.
Services de recherche
Archival Records •
Christmas and March Break educational programs, Medieval and Eduardian themed tours of the building, garden tours, lectures
Classes or Workshops
: Age 0-4 (Pre-School)
: Age 5-11 (k-6)
: Age 12-17 (7-13)(Quebec: Secondary 1-CEGEP)
: Age 18 and up (Post-Secondary)
Information aux Visiteurs
Self-guided audio tours provided in English, French, German, Japanese, Spanish, Italian, Korean and Mandarin are included with admission.
Films and Videos
Accessible by Public Transportation
Meeting Room Rental
Nature Trails, Walks or Gardens
Special Needs Facilities
: Wheelchairs available
: Wheelchair access
Children's Activities or Services
: Nursing area or Change Table
Autres visites guidées : Hollywood tours and ghost tours.
Discounted admissions, newsletter
Services de restauration
A Druxy's Famous Deli is located within the Castle. The Catering Department hosts weddings, receptions and corporate events for evening functions.
Catering Services •
The Toronto Theatre Organ Society presents regular concerts on the Wurlitzer organ in the Great Hall.
Publications et produits
Educational kits •
Museum Guide •
Tour Packages •
T-Shirts or Sweatshirts or Caps •
Commemorative Souvenirs •
Autre : DVD's
Images en vedette
One Austin Terrace
Voir la carte
Holiday Family Programs December
Family Programs each March Break
Closed December 25th
Ouvert : Daily 9:30 a.m. - 5:00 p.m (Last admission 4:00 p.m.)
December 24th at 1:00 p.m.
Droits d'entrée :
Adults (18-59) $$18.19; children (4-13) $10.02; youth (14-17)$$12.95; seniors (60+) $$12.95 Taxes not included.
Prices are plus applicable taxes. (5% GST until June 30 and 13% HST as of July 1, 2010)
Includes: New Digital Multimedia Guide (Adult, Youth and Senior only), Pellatt Documentary and Capital Improvement Surcharge.
There is a $1.00 per person Capital Improvement Surcharge for Adults, Youth and Seniors and $0.50 for Children included in the admission price that will be dedicated to the restoration of the interior, decor and furnishings, and exhibits of Casa Loma.