Campbell House Museum
Campbell House Museum is a vibrant public space where members of Toronto’s diverse communities gather to discuss, to create, to perform and to socialize, giving life to the words “freedom of expression.” The museum maintains its link to the administration of justice by serving as an important meeting and debating place for lawyers and the judiciary. The museum acquires and preserves artifacts related to Chief Justice William Campbell’s life and times, and to Campbell House’s ongoing history. The museum informs and inspires visitors through its history, collections, and unique context in the heart of downtown Toronto.
Campbell House is available for private functions, every day of the year. The interior and exterior spaces provide a gracious setting for events of all kinds – from corporate meetings to wedding parties. Free tours of the building by the museum’s historical interpreters and wood fire in fireplaces can be arranged for your guests.
The venue has hosted events from 20 to 550 people, indoors and outdoors. Our elegant Ballroom, with its high ceilings and 5 large windows, is the largest room in our historic house and can accommodate 50 people for a sit-down style event or 70 people standing.
Exclusive Use of House: The option of incorporating all of the rooms listed above, plus both the main floor and second floor foyers, is a wonderful solution for large cocktail receptions, allowing guests to explore and enjoy the entire house throughout the event. Capacity: 150