WAR Flowers – A Touring Art Exhibition Tickets Live

Tickets for WAR Flowers – A Touring Art Exhibition are on sale now.

WAR Flowers opened at Campbell House Museum on January 24. Please note that due to longer-than-anticipated shipping time to the exposition’s next stop, in Vimy, France, our new closing date at Campbell House Museum is now March 16 (not March 25).

During the run of WAR Flowers, Campbell House Museum will be open Mon-Fri, 9:30 am to 4:30 pm, and Sat/Sun, 12 to 4:30 pm.

The exhibition is included in the $10 admission charge to the museum.

Drop in, or pre-book your 1-hour admission online.


To book a group visit of 15 people or more, please contact the museum directly at 416 597-0227 ext. 2 or at info@campbellhousemuseum.ca.

Special guided group tours are available at $4/person (extra to the admission; 15 people minimum). Please request your guided tour at the time of group booking.


About WAR Flowers:

During the First World War, Canadian soldier George Stephen Cantlie plucked flowers from the fields and gardens of war-torn Europe and sent them home to his baby daughter Celia in Montréal.

One hundred years later, his touching ritual has provided the inspiration for this innovative multi-sensory exhibit.

WAR Flowers examines human nature in wartime through artistic representations that combine Cantlie’s letters and pressed flowers with original scents, crystal sculptures and portraits of 10 Canadians directly involved in the First World War.


The WAR Flowers exhibition is a production of Reford Gardens. This project has been made possible by the Government of Canada.



Wedding-themed Creative Styled Shoot at Campbell House

Campbell House was proud to partner with some of Toronto’s most talented wedding industry professionals on this creative styled shoot. From accessories to flowers to make up to photography, this gallery will help you imagine a delightful range of possibilities for your own wedding day.

Photography // Ryanne Hollies • Planner/ Stylist // June Bloom Events • Florist // Hunt and Gather • Make Up // Beyond The Brush • Stationery// Paper & Post • Cake// Le Dolci • Dress // Narces • Hair// Puzzle Creations • Catering // Elle Cuisine • Model// Kiyanna Mascall • Videographer// SDE • Bridal Accessories// Blair Nadeau • Ring// Anouk Jewelry • Robe// Bycataflo • Table Setting // Tableauscapes • Runner // Feathers and Stone


The House of Dior: 70 years of Creativity and Elegance

Photo credit: Robert Perrier – Legal heir, CC BY-SA 3.0


On Saturday, February 17, fashion expert Dawna Pym will present an illustrated talk about French couturier Christian Dior’s revival of Haute Couture and the artistic directors of Dior who have continued to make the House of Dior a fashion leader for 70 years.

Refreshments will be provided after the lecture.

Date and time: Saturday, 17 February 2018, 2 pm – 4 pm

Program by Costume Society of Ontario. For information on pricing and registration, please contact at dhreid65@gmail.com

Eight of the Greats – Art History Lectures


Art historian Suzanne Tevlin will be offering another delightful series of lectures to get you through the cold winter months.

Starting on January 10, and continuing for eight weeks, Eight of The Greats will include a smorgasbord of Suzanne’s favourite artists. From the entrancing Bronzino, to the dangerous Caravaggio, and the elegant Tony van Dyck, we will go on to discover Giovanna Garzoni, Chardin, Ingres, Egon Schiele, and Paula Rego.

$250 for all eight lectures. (Individual lectures not available.)