Swansea Historical Society


Existing as a separate Toronto municipality from 1926 until 1967, the Village of Swansea is bounded by High Park on the east, the Humber River on the west, the railway tracks on the south, and a line 110′ south of Bloor St. W. on the north.

The Swansea Historical Society was started in 1985 by a group of people who were interested in preserving and promoting the unique history of the Swansea area. The Society is a registered charity, and all of its work is done by a group of dedicated volunteers.

The Society has produced several publications on local history, including a monthly Newsletter, postings on Twitter and Instagram, and an annual Community Calendar featuring historical photographs.

Monthly meetings at the Swansea Town Hall include informative and entertaining talks by invited guest speakers on a variety of subjects. From Toronto Mayor David Crombie to historian Mike Filey, and many more, the Swansea Historical Society has been proud to host some fascinating speakers at their monthly meetings.

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