Banting House NHSC

Known as “The Birthplace of Insulin,” Banting House is where Dr. Frederick Banting woke up at 2 a.m. on the morning of October 31, 1920 with the idea that led to the discovery of insulin.
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Sir Frederick Banting

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The Queen Mother lights the Flame of Hope on her visit to Banting House in 1989.

The History of Banting House

The Queen Mother lights the Flame of Hope on her visit to Banting House in

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The Walking the Line for Diabetes fundraising walk kicks off at Banting House in London, Ontario. Funds raised support the Canadian Diabetes Association.

The Walking the Line for Diabetes fundraising walk kicks off at Banting House in London, Ontario. Funds raised support the Canadian Diabetes Association.

The Walking the Line for Diabetes fundraising walk kicks off at Banting House in London, Ontario. Funds raised support the Canadian Diabetes Association.

Banting House from the south

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A painting by Sir Frederick Banting. See it up close at Banting House!

A painting by Sir Frederick Banting. See it up close at Banting House!

A snowy day at Banting House!

A snowy day at Banting House!

A view of our gift shop

Gift Shop

A view of our gift shop

Dear Dr. Banting

Dear Dr. Banting

If you are unable to travel to The Banting House National Historic Site of Canada in London, Ontario to write a thank you note to Dr. Banting, you may post one here.

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