The Parkwood Estate , located in Oshawa , Ontario , was the residence of Samuel McLaughlin (founder of General Motors of Canada ) and was home to the McLaughlin family from 1917 until 1972. The residence was designed by Darling and Pearson , a noted Toronto architectural firm, with construction starting in 1916. In 1989, Parkwood was officially designated a National Historic Site , and tours are now given year-round.
Winter Season – Sept. 7 – May 31 (Wednesday – Sunday)
(Specialty Tours operate on a separate schedule)
|0 – 6||Free|
|7 – 14||CA$12.00|
|Family Rate (2 adults & 2 seniors or 2 youth):||CA$45.00|
|Military, Veterans (with ID)||Free|
|National Trust Canada Members (with ID)||Free|
Simcoe Street North 270, Oshawa
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