Bob Rumball (Manor)
2395 Bayview Avenue, Toronto, ON L9T 2J3
Originally built in the 1920s as a domestic estate, this Tudor Revival Style home was sold to the Ontario Mission of the Deaf in 1976, with the goal of building a Community Centre for the Deaf in Canada, the first of its kind. Today, the Bob Rumball Centre for the Deaf has many successful programs, all meeting the needs of the deaf and hard of hearing in North America.
This elegant space is open to the community and used for weddings, social events and corporate functions. The grounds are beautifully landscaped and the gardens create a perfect and intimate setting for a wedding. The Drawing Room is spacious and can seat up to 60 guests and the flexibility of the various rooms like the Coach House, Board Room and Stone Terrace offer the ideal location for a corporate retreat, meeting or event.
Bob Rumball Manor
2395 Bayview Avenue,
Venue Capacity: 60, sit down
Outdoor Facilities: Yes
Access/Parking: Wheelchair Access/Limited parking
Historical Fun Fact: The manor is a mix of French country home and traditional Tudor architecture.
Whether looking for a Toronto wedding venue or a corporate event venue, Daniel et Daniel's event planners have the experience to help you find the perfect space to hold your party. With over 30 years of experience in catering and events, Daniel et Daniel has built strong relationships with the best event venues in and around Toronto.
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