Built in 1890 for newlyweds Clifford and Henrie Shand, this ornate, Queen Anne-style house was once considered a modern marvel in Windsor.
Featuring a fancy, original indoor bathroom, central heating, and stylish furniture from the Windsor furniture factory, the house stands as a testament to the Shand family legacy.
Admire the front hall's gleaming cherry-wood paneling. See a display of Clifford's medals and memorabilia from the early days of the sport of bicycling. Take the servant’s stairs to the upper floor and climb the tower for a magnificent view of the Avon River and countryside; a beautiful setting for this comfortable family home.
Hours & AdmissionOpen Seasonally
June 1 - October 15
Tuesday - Saturday 10:00 am - 5:00 pm
Sunday 1:00 pm - 5:00 pm
Child (under 5) – Free Child/youth - $2.75 Adult - $4.00 Senior - $2.75 Family - $8.50 Visit us today
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