Anne of Green Gables Museum, Kensington

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Step into the world that inspired a beloved series of novels at Anne of Green Gables Museum, transporting visitors into a seemingly fictional realm filled with items featured in the iconic books and films. Take an easygoing stroll around the grounds, and consider stopping by the author's final resting place near the museum. Be sure to pop into the gift shop, which sells a range of themed merchandise and souvenirs. Our Kensington holiday planner makes visiting Anne of Green Gables Museum and other Kensington attractions simple, and helps you make a travel plan personal to you.
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  • My wife read and loved the Anne of Green Gables book as a child. We very much liked this place, an authentic location in Lucy Maud Montgomery's life. Free this year (Canada's 150th anniversary celebra...  more »
  • A nice place to visit that is appropriate for all ages. Enter into the fictitious world of LM Montgomery and Anne as you walk through the house. Don't forget to take a walk through the lover's lane.  more »
  • I fell in love with PEI through the writings of Lucy Maud Montgomery (and later the Kevin Sullivan movies from the 80's) in Anne of Green Gables. It was fascinating to visit the charming house and pro...  more »
  • There are two horses. I like to go there. There is nice view.
  • A must do at PEI. Historic property, cute gift shop and while the carriage ride was pricey, it was fun and worth it.
  • My wife had this on her to do list before we toured the island. It was a good place to visit and get acquainted with the spirit of Lucy Maud Montgomery. The walk through the small house showed many different artifacts from the past that were a part of our growing up lives. Took a walk on Lovers Lane to celebrate our 50th anniversary.
  • It's a beautiful area. And for big fans of the book I'm sure it would be better. For me, I'm some what familiar with the story. It was nice to walk the grounds a bit. I didn't bother paying for the museum. It was a nice excuse to drive to that side of the island.
  • I am a life time Anne of a Green Gables kindred spirit and this place for me was absolute heaven. To be honest I felt so moved I cried! They have the cabinet that Lucy and Anne made their window friend, Katie Maurice in as well as lots of other personal items of Lucy's, they even let me play the organ that was used for Lucy's wedding and it's set on the real Lake of Shining waters she refers to in the book and that they film in the movie. The carriage ride was expensive but again it was so so beautiful and takes you right to the place you have read about plus Matthew was the real thing for me! So worth it. Because it is quiter and less touristy than Green Gables you really connect in the way you imagine. (Written by Jade, not Levi though he liked it too!). If you are are a true Kindred spirit this is a must do.