Todmorden Mills

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Museum Tour

A cross-section of Toronto history, layered through centuries of industry and art, Todmorden Mills is full of contradictions: At times a beloved natural space and a hotbed of industry, Todmorden has been home to people of all backgrounds: from Indigenous Peoples to nineteenth century industrialists, from wandering brickyard workers to entrepreneurial women forging a new path in male-dominated industries. Get a glimpse into young families living through the changes of the late Victorian era and hear about a labour camp from the Second World War. Discover Todmorden’s two historic houses and see how people carved out a living in a valley that was often unforgiving.

Accessibility Note:
Accessibility note: Helliwell House is not accessible by wheelchair and the 1940s Cottage is accessible through an uneven and inclined terrain. The Papermill Building which houses a gallery and theatre is fully accessible.

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