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Committed to learning...

The Lakeshore Grounds Interpretive Centre team is committed to researching, preserving, and - most importantly - sharing the natural and built histories of the grounds through exhibitions, tours, events, workshops, and many resources. 

We are continuing to grow and learn, creating more physical and digital offerings so that you can experience the history of the Lakeshore Grounds in-person, at home, or in the classroom. Please feel welcome to explore our learning tools below ranging from digital projects, educational activities and tours, and historical resources. Click around and find out where our local heritage will take you! 

As always, we welcome your thoughts, questions, ideas, and creativity. We can be reached by email ( or on social media (@LakeshoreGrnds on Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram).  

From the Team at the Lakeshore Grounds Interpretive Centre

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Explore our Learning Resources! 

Click any of the images below to explore our digital projects, educational programs, and history resources.  

Art Class

Engage your class inside and outside of the classroom with our teacher resources, programs, and activities led by you or an Interpretive Centre team member.

Typing on a Computer

Learn about the natural and built history of the Lakeshore Grounds from home by exploring our digital projects. 

Historic view of a man in suit standing on a bridge with a large brick building, the Administration Building of the Mimico Asylum, standing in the background
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We've brought together all of our resources and organized them by theme so they are easier to explore.

Check them out today!


We offer a range of tours that you can book privately for a group, class, or find one of our public tour dates to participate. We can't wait to have you there with us!

Visit an Exhibit...

Take a tour through our digital exhibit collection from the comfort of your own home. 

A hand drawn illustration of a pillar, a brick wall, a waterfall, a lamp, and a tree with the words "Digital Exhibits" in the foreground
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