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Montgomery’s Inn Highlights

Welcome to Montgomery’s Inn, an 1840s-era inn operated as a museum by Toronto Cultural Services at 4709 Dundas St W (at Islington Ave) in Etobicoke, Ontario, 416-394-8113, montinn@toronto.ca.

Market Days at Montgomery’s Inn

Every Wednesday, all year, 2 to 6 p.m.

The outdoor Summer Market features fresh-baked bread from the Inn’s wood-fired oven, local and organic produce, meat, cheese ready-to-eat meals and snacks. Tours are free of charge during Market Days!

Visit our Market page for news and a complete list of vendors.

Montgomery’s Inn Art Exhibition Series

Summer 2019

  • Community Room (to August 30): “​Wildlife in the City” by Lisa Compton. These pictures focus on animals and the way they are part of the community and the joy they bring to the residents. Animals also help to heal; this is often evident when Lisa sees the therapy animals at the rehab hospital where she work, at nursing homes, and even seniors enjoying the squirrels and pigeons in our beautiful parks and green spaces. . Reception: Saturday, June 15,  2 to 4 p.m. All welcome.


“Tower Blocks” by Stefan Berg

  • Briarly Room (To June 30): “Three Motifs” by Stefan Berg. Toronto-based painter and print maker Stefan Berg’s work explores the present domestic, economic and agricultural moment in Toronto and the Etobicoke region. Reception: Saturday, April 6, 2 to 4 p.m. All welcome.

Regular Events

Tea Time at the Inn

Every Sunday, 1 to 4 p.m.
Experience our delicious seasonal menu with a sweet and savoury combo plate and a pot of tea or glass of cider.Fret Not Ukulele Night

First Thursday of every month, 6 to 9 p.m.
A monthly ukulele gathering with Doctor of Music instructor Chris Wilson.

Thirsty Thursdays

Last Thursday of every month, except December, 7 to 10 p.m.
Live traditional music, beverages and stew by firelight in our restored 1847 barroom.

Special Events

Summer Day Camps

Montgomery’s Inn is offering camps for the first time! Kids will be inspired by a variety of specialty drama, baking and cooking camps in this historic mid 19th-century inn. Our camps make the most of the Inn’s fascinating history as a tavern, farm and community hub, and use all its unique resources and programming, including our weekly farmers’ market, outdoor bake oven, working open hearths and strong tradition of performance, music and dance.

To register, visit efun.toronto.ca, register and search by barcode. Extended-hours options are available.

  • July 2 to 5: Adventures in Drama (ages 8-12, barcode 3198209 – WAITLIST). Admission: $217 for four days.
  • July 8 to 12: Junior Baker (ages 6-9, barcode 3198228). Admission: $272 for five days .
  • July 15 to 19: Junior Chef (ages 6-9, barcode 3198256 – WAITLIST). Admission: $272 for five days.
  • July 22 to 26: Master Baker (ages 8-12, barcode 3198265). Admission: $272 for five days.
  • August 6 to 9: Adventures in Drama (ages 8-12, barcode 3198269). Admission: $217 for four days.
  • August 12 to 16: Master Chef (ages 8-12, barcode 3178528 – WAITLIST). Admission: $272 for five days.
  • August 19 to 23: Junior Chef (ages 6-9, barcode 3250477). Admission: $272 for five days.
  • August 26 to 30: Junior Chef (ages 6-9, barcode 3198276). Admission: $272 for five days.



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