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"The First Ever Mail"

Toronto's inaugural postal outlet, located one and a half blocks east of Jarvis, first opened in 1833. The red brick building was once occupied by the town of York's first postmaster, who did business through the side door. Today, the three storied Georgian house is home to a living history museum as well as a postal and philatelic outlet. Part of a group of buildings designed by Henry Langley, the three houses incorporated the original Bank of Upper Canada, the De La Salle Institute and the Post Office. It is now officially operated by the Town of York Historical Society. Admission is free.
260 Adelaide Street East, Toronto, ON, Canada, M5A 1N1
Today: 09:00 AM - 04:00 PM Closed Now
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"The First Ever Mail"
Toronto's inaugural postal outlet, located one and a half blocks east of Jarvis, first opened in 1833. The red brick building was once occupied by the town of York's first postmaster, who did business through the side door. Today, the three storied Georgian house is home to a living history museum as well as a postal and philatelic outlet. Part of a group of buildings designed by Henry Langley, the three houses incorporated the original Bank of Upper Canada, the De La Salle Institute and the Post Office. It is now officially operated by the Town of York Historical Society. Admission is free.
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