When you walk in the front gate of Eldon House, you are walking into another
As you enter through the front doors, you will be welcomed by Eldon House staff
who will answer your questions and assist in making your visit as convenient and
comfortable as possible.
The main floor of Eldon House, as well as the Interpretive Centre and its restrooms, are
Coat Check Room
There is no formal coat check room at Eldon House, and you’ll be asked to keep
your overcoats with you. For security reasons, you will be asked to leave large
bags, umbrellas, backpacks, including baby backpacks, tripods, and any package
over 13" x 17", including large purses and diaper bags and/or any other bulky,
awkward items on the veranda during good weather, or in the hall way or hall
Lost and Found
If you lose an item during your visit, please inquire with the Historical
Interpreter. If you realize you've lost an item at Eldon House after
your visit, please call 519.661.0333 to inquire. Items are kept for a maximum of
30 days (though valuable items may be held longer). We attempt to locate the
owner of items but unclaimed items are purged after a month and donated to a
Photography is permitted in Eldon House, however professional photography or any
media photography is not allowed unless approved by Eldon House.
There are public washrooms located in the Eldon House Interpretative Centre,
adjacent to Eldon House.
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