Blame it on the Casa Loma (Part 2)

Continuing my post from yesterday on our visit to Casa Loma… without further ado, some photos from the interior of the castle.

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Inside the great room. This organ connects to a massive set of pipes set into one of the adjacent walls.

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Looking out of the library

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Peeking in on wedding photos in progress inside of the conservatory

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Ceiling in the library

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The space between the dining room and the room for musicians to play in during dinner

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Inside the study

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Secret passageway inside the study. Each side of the fireplace had a door disguised as a wall panel which lead to a set of stairs, to the left you could go upstairs to the bedrooms and to the right brought you downstairs to the basement.

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Since Casa Loma was built after the advent of the ‘modern’ bathroom, the castle has many of them (I think over 30)

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Mike and Uncle Scott listening to their audio tours in one of the bedrooms (which now contains military artifacts on display)

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Drawing of a chandelier

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The sitting room inside Sir Henry’s wife’s bedroom

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The Windsor Room – Sir Henry always hoped he’d host royalty at Casa Loma, but alas he did not

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Uncle Scott, Aunt Kelli and Mike listening to their audio tours while looking out on the lawn

 

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