The Ultimate Anne of Green Gables Experience

4.25 hours | Charlottetown | Y Y G - 1 0 5
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$ 89.95

Points of Interest

  • Green Gables Heritage Place
  • Prince Edward Island National Park
  • Silver Bush & Anne of Green Gables Museum
Easy activity


Be sure to read the Special Notes further down this page for important requirements and restriction.

This tour will delight fans of the Anne of Green Gables books, the first of which was published in 1908 to international acclaim. Driving through rolling farmlands, along coastal roads and through picturesque villages you will enjoy your first stop of the day is the Anne of Green Gables Museum at Silverbush.

Lucy Maud Montgomery has delighted generations with her colorful tales of the feisty, red-headed orphan with the big imagination–and this fascinating museum is dedicated to her legacy. Set on 110 acres, L.M. Montgomery named this home "Silver Bush" and used it as the setting for her novels "Pat of Silver Bush" and "Mistress Pat." The house still belongs to L.M Montgomery's family, the Campbell's, and you will immediately see why she called it the "wonder castle of my childhood." The homestead was built in 1872 by her Uncle John and Aunt Annie Campbell. It is also the setting for her novel "Anne's Lake of Shining Waters." You will have the opportunity to explore the beautiful flower gardens, the gift shop and enjoy views of the Lake of Shining Waters. Cool down with a delicious raspberry cordial and have the privilege to meet the incomparable Anne herself, who will present you with an exclusive token of your visit!

Visit the charming Green Gables Homestead, the old farm site that inspired the first Anne of Green Gables novel. In real life this farm belonged to L.M. Montgomery cousins. Located in Cavendish, the area was given National Park status after the government of Prince Edward Island saw how many people wanted to visit this amazing landmark. Because of that you will be able to enjoy the well-kept gardens as well as tour the main farmhouse, barns, outbuildings and extensive grounds.

If you're a fan of these classic novels, then seeing the island through the eyes of Anne is an opportunity you simply cannot afford to miss.

Special Notes:

The inside the house of Anne includes stairs to the upper level which is not accessible to wheelchairs.

Child Price:

12 & under reduced