Saturday, November 8, 2008

WHITEHERN




Sign on the front lawn at Whitehern
Main view of the front of Whitehern
This interesting old house is now a National historical site situated in Hamilton, Ontario.


It was originally the home of three generations of the McQuesten family, who lived in the house from 1852 until 1968 when the last family member died.


One may tour this remarkable old home at 41 Jackson Street West. Please e-mail them at whitehern@hamilton.ca for further information on tour hours.


Not only are house tours available by friendly and knowledgeable staff dressed in period costumes, but whitehern is also available for special events, worshops and exhibitions.


2 comments:

Shawn Michel de Montaigne said...

What lovely pictures; what a lovely blog!

I look forward to dropping by again soon!

Best--

annaken said...

Thank you for your kind comments.