The 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”.
Saturday, October 1 is Nuit Blanche Toronto!
Join us from sunset to sunrise for this very special exhibition!
Please note: the museum will be closing at 3 pm on Saturday, September 3 for a private event. The museum will be open for regular hours on Sunday, September 4 from 12 pm to 4:30 pm.
Please note: There will be no performance of Hogtown: The Immersive Experience on Sunday, July 31. The museum will be open for regular tours from 12 pm to 4:30 pm.
Fresh from a successful, sold-out run in January, HOGTOWN is a site-specific multi-storied musical set in 1920’s Toronto. It boasts a cast of over 30 actors, featuring some of the city’s brightest stars including David Keeley (URINETOWN, ASSASSINS, MAMMA MIA, ROCK OF AGES), Gabi Epstein (ONCE, FUNNY GIRL, FIDDLER ON THE ROOF), and Lori Nancy Kalamanski (MY MOTHER’S LESBIAN JEWISH WICCAN WEDDING, e-DENTITY, GLADSTONE VARIATIONS).
Please note, there will be no tours of the museum on weekends throughout the run of Hogtown because of the matinee performances.
Campbell House Museum will be closed for Canada Day on Friday, July 1.
We will return to normal hours on Saturday, July 2 at 12 pm.