George Brown House

186 Beverley Street
Toronto, Ontario

Phone: 416-325-5000
Fax: 416-325-5071
Email:  [email protected]


Take a step into the gracious past when you visit the George Brown House event venue. The house was built in 1876 and first occupied by Senator George Brown, a famous Father of the Confederation and original creator of The Globe newspaper. Replete with luxury and refinement, the house is a one-of-a-kind venue for weddings, intimate private parties and corporate receptions.

The George Brown House is a mansion filled with stunning architectural beauty, fitted with crystal chandeliers, rich wood flooring and paneling, and ebony and marble fireplaces. You can choose any of the three private rooms for your event, each of which is decorated in the historic style of the late 1800’s. Yet, the venue offers modern conveniences and amenities for you and your guests.

Located within easy walking distance of downtown Toronto, the mansion is not only incredibly beautiful, but convenient as well. Spend some time to acquaint yourself with this exciting option before you settle on a venue decision. Choosing the George Brown House means that you and your guests can enjoy the history of Toronto and at the same time, celebrate your modern-day life moments in the opulence and luxury they deserve. Once the event is in the past, you can enjoy memories of the history you and your guests created in this beautiful place.