This house is a noteworthy house in Perth, Ontario, Canada. It was built in 1840 for Roderick Matheson, a neighborhood trader and later an individual from the Senate of Canada. A two-story, five-sound sandstone place of Palladian-enlivened outline, Matheson House is encompassed by a stone garden divider.
After Roderick Matheson's demise in 1873, the house was acquired by Arthur James Matheson, an attorney and individual from the Legislative Assembly of Ontario. After a progression of consequent proprietors, the house was procured by the region and turned into the Perth Museum. You can visit, explore and experience this place with your loved ones.