This was the first stop on my Anne of Green Gables adventure and it was a great way to start my day. It's a small house, but it's chocked full of history, letters, photos and even her wedding dress. The worker who was there that day was so helpful and eager to share the history of this house.
The lady at the front desk had a very interesting history to tell us, and the self-guided tour was more about her adulthood than her life as a child. Very informative and interesting- a must see for Anne fans.
New London was , at Lucy's birth in 1874, Clifton. A revealing look at a period home. Numerous items relating to the family on view; including a reproduction wedding dress that Lucy wore. The kind and knowledgeable woman at entry is worth talking with as she can answer questions related to the family. Extremely reasonable $4 admission into a long... 更多
Lovely little museum, enterpretor was wonderful. Gave us a wonderful talk on Montgomerys life, works and the history of the home she was born in. Didn't read her books just watched the Canadian TV series as a child interesting to see her birthplace. They have a replica of her wedding dress there. I enjoy history of real people
It seems unfair to just give it average, but I have a hard time saying it was VERY GOOD...I would like to have said Good. Unlike Anne of Green Gables Museum (which really should be entitled Lucy Maud Montgomery (LMM) Museum) and Green Gables (which should be referred to as a Look at Like and inspiration during the times of... 更多
This is a small place and doesn't take long to visit, but worth the drive. The little talk from a realities of Montgomery's was lovely. Sweet little trip around her land and gives a great view of how Anne came to life.
It was as expected. An old small family home with more about Lucy Maud Montgomerys' life as an adult rather than her childhood.