“Casa Loma” means “House on the Hill” in Spanish. 

Summer Events

Spring Events


Doors Open Toronto
May 29-30, 2004
Once again, Casa Loma will be taking part in this annual event which allows
the public free access to The Stables complex and for the first time ever The Hunting Lodge, the Pellatt’s original home on the estate grounds. Regular admission applies to the castle and gardens on both days.


Father’s Day Royal Brunch*
June 20, 2004
Dine in the elegant Library of Casa Loma. After brunch, feel free to tour the castle.
Call for details and reservations.
Through the Castle Gate: Guided Garden and Castle Tour of Casa Loma
June 26, 2004
Please join our Curator for a private tour of the spectacular June gardens. Learn about Garden Club of Toronto’s transformation of Sir Henry Pellatt’s woodland garden and terraces into five acres of specialty gardens. This early morning tour will be followed by a coffee break served in our beautiful Conservatory. An architectural tour of Casa Loma will complete the morning. 9:00AM-12:00PM $25.00 + GST
*Pre-registration required for this program. Program will be hosted rain or shine.
To register, email [email protected] or phone 416-923-1171
Kids Castle Day Camp: A Medieval Experience*
July 19-23, 2004 or August 9-13, 2004
New this summer! Be treated like royalty at Casa Loma’s Summer Day Camp. Young ladies and knights will be amazed by Medieval crafts and armour demonstrations. Aspiring Merlins will marvel at our Wizard Academy. And, of course, no day at Casa Loma would be complete without our special behind the scenes tours.
For details, please call 416-923-1171 or visit our web page www.casaloma.org.
Pre-registration is required. $214.00 per session.
For More Information:
About the Above Programs
About Membership
About Volunteer Opportunities

Please call (416) 923-1171 or e-mail us at [email protected]

*Program fee applicable Programs are subject to change without notice

Wurlitzer Pops at Casa Loma

The Toronto Theatre Organ Society is please to present a series of concerts on the Wurlitzer organ located in Casa Loma’s Great Hall. For program details please visit: www.theatreorgans.com/toronto/

Tickets are only $15 – there are no additional charges. Be sure to order early!

Tickets for any concert may be ordered by mail; by email, or by telephone.

Mail your ticket request to:
Toronto Theatre Organ Society
P.O. Box 10323
1021 Markham Road
Scarborough, Ontario
M1H 2Y0

Please be sure to indicate:
* The number of tickets you want
* Your name
* Your complete address
* Your telephone number
Please send a stamped self-addressed envelope
If payment in full is enclosed with your order, the tickets will be mailed to you. If payment is not enclosed or there is insufficient time to assure delivery to you, then your order will be available at the Box Office for pick up on the night of the concert.

Email your ticket request to: [email protected]
– OR –
Telephone your ticket request:
Please clearly indicate:
* The number of tickets you want
* Your name
* Your complete address
* Your telephone number
Your tickets will be available at the Box Office on evening of the concert
The Toronto Theatre Organ Society regrets that it cannot accept credit cards or Interac transactions. Payment must be made by cash or cheque only. Unpaid tickets will be held at the Box Office in your name until 7:45pm, at which time they will be made available for public sale.

Please note that tickets are not available from Casa Loma, or the Kiwanis Club.

There are no reserved seats. Patrons are seated on a first-come, first-served basis.

Be a Volunteer at Casa Loma.
Interested in volunteering at Casa Loma? There are various positions available. Please email Trudy Parrish at [email protected] for more information.

Casa Loma is owned by the City of Toronto and has been operated by the Kiwanis Club of Casa Loma since 1937.

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