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Tour L.M. Montgomery's Home in Leaskdale, ON

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Historic Leaskdale Church

Leaskdale, ON



Offered in English.

The Historic Leaskdale Church and the ground floor of the Manse are wheelchair accessible.


Take a journey back in time to The Leaskdale Manse and Historic Leaskdale Church. Discover, nestled in our scenic garden, the only full-size bronze statue of Canada’s beloved author. Gain insight into Maud’s life with a historic video before walking in her footsteps on a guided tour through the church where her husband preached and the lovingly restored manse where she lived and wrote. After a photo-op in the garden beside the statue, enjoy tea and scones in our interpretive centre before perusing the gift shop for a book or two.



The Lucy Maud Montgomery Society of Ontario

The Lucy Maud Montgomery Society of Ontario is a not-for-profit organization incorporated within the Province of Ontario. The purpose of the Society is to bring together people who share an interest in the heritage of Lucy Maud Montgomery, particularly as it relates to her life in Leaskdale. The Society operates the Leaskdale Manse National Historic Site, a museum which is open to the public. It owns the Historic Leaskdale Church (the former St. Paul’s Presbyterian Church where Ewan Macdonald was the minister from 1910 to 1926) and uses it in conjunction with the Manse to showcase the life of Montgomery in Leaskdale.


The Lucy Maud Montgomery Society of Ontario