Explore Glanmore National Historic Site at Belleville, Ontario

During the month of January, I got an opportunity to visit the Glanmore National Historic Site. 

The Glanmore National Historic Site is a grand Victorian mansion thats serves as both a historic house and community museum. It was built in 1883 for prominent Belleville Banker John Philpot Curran Phillips and his wife Harriet. Glanmore was designated a National Historic Site for its exceptional 2nd Empire style architecture.
The historic house has had extensive restoration. The museum exhibits artifacts original to the historic house as well as fine art and decorative objects from the Couldery collection and artifacts that are significant to local history from the Regional collection. Also, the local history is highlighted in Glanmore’s lower level, and includes the Early Homestead exhibit and Maid of All Work: Domestic Service at Glanmore.
The museum is open-year round and if you are planning a road this trip this summer, I would recommended you to add Glanmore to you list.