Visiting the Scadding Cabin
Hours of Operation
Scadding Cabin is open to the public periodically during the year such as during Doors Open Toronto. The cabin is always open to visitors each year during the Canadian National Exhibition currently scheduled from 18 August to 04 September 2023.
Stay up to date via our Events page. Updates will also be posted to our social media accounts.
Drop by for a visit to learn about the Scadding Cabin, admire the gardens, purchase from our Gift Shop, or find out how to become a York Pioneer and Historical Society Member or Volunteer.
Volunteers are needed for the CNE and other activities.
Contact us at email@example.com.
DMS. 43° 37′ 50.55″ N, 79° 25′ 26.37″ W
Decimal 43.630708, -79.423992
Geo URI. geo:43.630708,-79.423992
Scadding Cabin is #3 at the bottom middle of the map below. Full map at the CNE site.
We respectfully acknowledge that the Scadding Cabin is situated on the traditional lands of the Haudenosaunee, Anishinabewaki, Mississaugas of the Credit First Nation and Wendake-Nionwentsïo peoples within a community that continues to be home to many diverse First Nations, Inuit and Métis peoples.
We acknowledge that these grounds are covered by the Toronto Purchase and Treaty 13, 1805.
May we live and work with respect on this land, and live in peace and friendship with its people.
We are located at Exhibition Place in Toronto very near the wind turbine and between the old bandshell and the Liberty Grand Entertainment Complex and south of Medieval Times Dinner & Tournament.
Driving & Parking
Find us via Yukon Place or Alberta Circle or just search for Scadding Cabin on your map service (or maps at left). There is parking nearby.
Take the 511 Bathurst Streetcar (southbound) from Bathurst Subway Station to the Exhibition Loop then walk about 12 minutes southwest to the Cabin.
Take the 504 King Streetcar (east or west) to Dufferin Street then walk about 10 minutes southwest to the Cabin.
Take the 929 Dufferin Express Bus south to the Dufferin Gate then walk about 8 minutes southwest to the Cabin.
Take the 509 Harbourfront Streetcar from Union Station to the Exhibition Loop then walk about 12 minutes southwest to the Cabin.
Most trains on the Lakeshore West line stop at the Exhibition GO Station. It is about a 12-minute walk southwest of the station. Look for the wind turbine, we are a few steps before it.
From anywhere within Exhibition Place or from Ontario Place, look for the wind turbine. We are very near it off of Yukon Place or Alberta Circle. See the map on the left.