I visited here with my 3 and 5 year old. They enjoyed trying to find Jocko the monkey who has a new hiding place each month (they receive tattoos for finding its location). The house is a wonderful example of how the well to do lived in the beginning of the 1900s. The new museum addition is a first class display explaining the role of the lieutenant governor's role in Canadian society. There's a dress up room upstairs with costumes for adults and children so they can pose in the horse carriage. Don't miss the playroom in the basement - it's hard to find through a door near the washrooms. My children had a lot of fun in there. Then we enjoyed exploring the yard and enjoying the flower gardens.
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