Anne of Green Gables Adventure

4.5 hours.   $315 This tour is for the ultimate Anne fan but will also delight those fascinated by the beauty of PEI as described by The Anne of Green Gable author Lucy Maude Montgomery in her novels. Driving through the picturesque Island country side you will view rolling farmlands, coastal views and villages coming to life as she described them in her novels. You will enjoy your first stop of the day at Silver Bush, and the Anne of Green Gables Museum owned by the descendants of Lucy Maude, the Campbell family her cousins. 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." 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." You will have the opportunity to explore the homestead, the beautiful flower gardens, and enjoy views of the Lake of Shining Waters. On our way to the next stop we will make a photo stop at French River, one of the most photographed places on the Island.  You will also make a photo stop at the  Montgomery’s birth place in New London which has been preserved as a historic site. No Anne Adventure would be complete without a visit to the charming Green Gables House, National historic site, the old farm site that inspired the first Anne of Green Gables novel. Located in Cavendish, the area that was inspiration for the village of Avonlea in many of Lucy Maud’s novels. You will be able to enjoy the well-kept gardens as well as tour the main farmhouse, barns, outbuildings and extensive grounds. On your return to Charlottetown a trip through the national park and the fishing the village of North Rustico will complete your day. Admission to the Green Gable sites are not included.
© Duncan’s Island Tours  2017

Anne of Green Gables

Adventure

4.5 hours.   $315 This tour is for the ultimate Anne fan but will also delight those fascinated by the beauty of PEI as described by The Anne of Green Gable author Lucy Maude Montgomery in her novels. Driving through the picturesque Island country side you will view rolling farmlands, coastal views and villages coming to life as she described them in her novels. You will enjoy your first stop of the day at Silver Bush, and the Anne of Green Gables Museum owned by the descendants of Lucy Maude, the Campbell family her cousins. 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." 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." You will have the opportunity to explore the homestead, the beautiful flower gardens, and enjoy views of the Lake of Shining Waters. On our way to the next stop we will make a photo stop at French River, one of the most photographed places on the Island.  You will also make a photo stop at the  Montgomery’s birth place in New London which has been preserved as a historic site. No Anne Adventure would be complete without a visit to the charming Green Gables House, National historic site, the old farm site that inspired the first Anne of Green Gables novel. Located in Cavendish, the area that was inspiration for the village of Avonlea in many of Lucy Maud’s novels. You will be able to enjoy the well-kept gardens as well as tour the main farmhouse, barns, outbuildings and extensive grounds. On your return to Charlottetown a trip through the national park and the fishing the village of North Rustico will complete your day. Admission to the Green Gable sites are not included.
© Duncan’s Island Tours