Fulford Place is a historic mansion located in Brockville, Ontario. It was completed in 1901 for Senator George Taylor Fulford, a prominent Canadian businessman and politician. The mansion is a testament to the Edwardian era and reflects the opulence of the time. It is now operated by the Ontario Heritage Trust and has been designated a National Historic Site of Canada since 1992.
Designed by architect Albert W. Fuller, Fulford Place is a grand mansion decorated in the Beaux-Arts style. The mansion spans 20,000 square feet and consists of 35 rooms. These include a grand hall, a dining room that can seat over thirty guests, a spacious veranda, and a rococo-style drawing room. There is also a Moorish-style smoking room adjacent to a billiard room.
The Ontario Heritage Trust undertook extensive restoration of Fulford Place and opened it to the public as a historic house museum in 1993. The mansion has been restored to reflect its appearance during the Edwardian era, providing visitors with an authentic glimpse into the past.
May 20 to September 3, 2023: Wednesday to Sunday from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m., with guided tours running on the hour (except at Noon)
|0 – 6||Free|
|7 – 18||CA$8.00|
|19 – 64||CA$10.00|
|Family (2 adults, 2 children age 7-18)||CA$25.00|
287 King St E, Brockville
No exhibitions in Fulford Place have been found.