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.

Captain Banting: War Hero

Captain Banting: War Hero

Learn more about Captain Banting during the First World War.

Doctor Banting

The Career of Dr. Banting

Discover more about Dr. Banting's history and medical practice.

Frederick Grant, Artist

Frederick Grant, Artist

Dr. Banting used art as a form of relaxation and as a chance to escape.

The Birth of an Idea

The Birth of an Idea

Read about the history of the idea that led to the discovery of insulin.

Co-Discoverer of Insulin

Co-Discoverers of Insulin

Meet all the people involved that are responsible for changing the lives of millions around the world.

Sir Frederick G. Banting Square

Sir Frederick G. Banting Square

A guide through the history of Sir Frederick G. Banting Square.

Contact Information, Hours & Admission

Banting House Contacts, Hours & Admission

Plan a trip to Banting House.

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