Waverley Place Virtual Tour

Peek inside one of Clarington’s beautiful, historic homes, and enjoy a virtual tour of Waverley Place from anywhere!

37 Silver Street, more commonly known as Waverley Place or the Jury/Fisher home, was first erected in 1847. It began as a one-story regency cottage and has since been renovated to the beautiful two story building you see today. The house was built and expanded by David Fisher, and later became the home of Mr. H. H. Jury and family. It became the Bowmanville Museum in 1961 after a generous donation was made to the town by Sarah Jane Williams, and the building and accompanying grounds have been in the Museum’s care and at the centre of the community ever since.

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EMAIL: info@claringtonmuseums.com
PHONE: 905-623-2734
ADDRESS: 62 Temperance St. Bowmanville, ON, L1C 3A8