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Parkwood National Historic Site

The estate of auto baron R.S. McLaughlin

Tour the home of R.S. McLaughlin, once the largest maker of carriages in the British Empire, and later co-founder of the McLaughlin Motor Company, which ultimately merged with General Motors. McLaughlin was also known as a generous philanthropist and avid sportsman. Stroll the beautiful grounds, which frequently host weddings and movie shoots, and enjoy a meal in the Garden Tea House.

Parkwood National Historic Site

270 Simcoe Street N
Oshawa, Ontario


Adults $10 
Seniors (age 65+) $9 
Youth (14-17 yrs.) $8 
Children (6 – 13 yrs.) $7
Family of four (2 adults + 2 children under 13) $25


September through May 31 Tuesday-Sunday 1:30 to 4
June 1 through Labour Day open 7 days a week, 10:30 to 5

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