Fulford Place

Category: Arts and Heritage
Types: Museums, Historic Sites
Region: Eastern Ontario
Address: 287 King Street East, Brockville
Phone: (613) 498-3003
Fulford Place

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Located in an historic Edwardian mansion, Fulford Place a National Historic Site was the home of Senator George T. Fulford and his family. The house was designed by Albert W. Fuller, and the grounds by the Olmsted Brothers firm. The family's lifestyle is interpreted through the decorative objects and furnishings gathered from around the world. The lower level has numerous displays and the ground level features fully interpreted rooms. Fulford made his fortune selling "Dr. William's Pink Pills for Pale People," which were advertised and sold in 82 countries around the world. Fulford Place is now owned by the Ontario Heritage Foundation and has been extensively restored. The property was the setting for the 1982 TV movie "Little Gloria: Happy at Last", and had one scene shot there for the TV movie "P.T. Barnum" in 1999. Tours offered regularly throughout the year. Call (613) 498-3003 for more information.

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