Bell Homestead National Historic Site

Site: Brantford - Tutela Heights

Service Details
Hours Tue-Sun 9:30 am-4:30 pm * last tour of the day at 3:45 pm
Areas Served Brant County ; Brantford ; Haldimand County ; Norfolk County ; Oxford County
Eligibility No restrictions
Application Call or drop-in  
  • registration may be required for some programs
Languages English
Fees Admission - individual and group rates, contact for details
Address and Location
Located In Community Brantford
Address & Map
94 Tutela Heights Rd
Brantford, ON N3T 1A1
 
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Intersection Tutela Heights Rd and Mt Pleasant Rd
Mailing Address c/o Brantford Parks and Recreation 
1 Sherwood Dr 
Brantford, ON N3T 1N3
Physical Access Partially Accessible - 2nd floor not accessible
Description
Description (Service) A restoration of the domestic setting in which Alexander Graham Bell invented the telephone in 1874. Surrounded by 10 acres of wooded grounds. Period costumed interpreters and audio-visual presentations give guests a fuller understanding of how a young teacher of the deaf came to invent the telephone in the late Victorian society 
  • educational programs  
  • children's day camps  
  • seasonal special events 
  • off-site community programs 
  • cafe and museum store
Contact Information
Office Phone 519-756-6220
Fax 519-759-5975
E-Mail bellhomestead@brantford.ca
Website www.bellhomestead.ca
Social Media Facebook
Primary Contact Brian Wood, Curator; Email: bwood@brantford.ca
Alternate Contact Sarah Hamilton, Education Co-ordinator; Email: sarahhamilton@brantford.ca

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