Montgomery’s Inn is every bit as lively now as it was in the 1870s.
For years, people found shelter, quenched their thirst, and shared
stories here. Built around 1830 for Thomas and Margaret Montgomery,
the family farmed the land and ran the Inn for the next quarter
century. Go behind the scenes and hear the stories of the people
who lived and worked at Montgomery's Inn, including the remarkable
life of Joshua Glover who escaped enslavement in the United States
and came to Etobicoke via the Underground Railroad, the workmen who
helped to build the Inn and left their personal mark on the
building and the Chinese Market Gardeners who made the Inn their
home in the 1930s.
The main floor and lower level of Montgomery's Inn is wheelchair
accessible (including accessible bathroom). The upper floor is only
accessible by stairs. Accessible parking is located adjacent to the
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