Bell Homestead National Historic Site Tourist attraction in Brantford, Canada

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Reference:Harryzilber  / CC BY-SA 3.0
Map gps coordinates: 43.1075, -80.270417
Address: 72-86 Tutela Heights Rd, Brantford, ON N3T 1A1, Canada

The Bell Homestead National Historic Site is a nifty house located in Brantford, Canada. You’ll get to see some furniture inside the house that was used by the Bells.


The former residence of Professor Alexander Melville Bell and his family has now become the Bell Homestead National Historic Site. This house was also known as Melville House. This was the first North American home of them. Alexander Graham Bell, son of Melville Bell used to do his experiments there. His invention of the telephone also occurred there in July 1874. Bell commented in one of his speech in 1906 that the telephone problem had been solved, and that had been solved at his father’s home.

Source: Wikipedia