The First Toronto Post Office is the only departmental post office of the Royal Mail that remains today. This building was built between 1833 and 1834. This post office was called York Fourth Post Office and later known as Toronto First Post Office. The building operated as a post office until 1876, and then it was transformed into a full-service post office and museum managed by the Yorktown Historical Society.
This post office has a history of nearly 200 years and can be used now. Remember to write a postcard with a postmark
This post office has some history, you can experience the feeling of the last century.
Toronto's first post office, and a museum, continues to develop post office business!