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2021 Calendar of Events 

The Leaskdale Manse is wheelchair accessible on the first floor only. The Historic Leaskdale Church, home to our luncheon teas and Gift Shop, is now wheelchair accessible on both floors thanks to the installation of our new elevator in the Summer of 2018. 

 

The Leaskdale Manse N.H.S. is officially closed.

Please call 705-228-8155 for all inquiries or see bottom of page.*

We thank you, once again, for your continued support.

“There’s something very solemn about the idea of a New Year, isn’t there?

Just think of three hundred and sixty-five whole days, with not a thing happened in them yet.”  

The Golden Road, 1913.

 

Discover L. M. Montgomery’s Life in Leaskdale

 

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 an 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.

 

 

TEA & TOURS (June thru September)*

Tour only: $7.00 per Adult, Children under 12 free

Tea & Tour: $15.00 per person

3 Course Luncheon Tea & Tour: $25.00 p/person (Groups over 12)

CONTACT US  if you would like to book a visit or have any questions regarding tours or special events at our site!

Bus Tours and Group Tours are always welcome – please call and book in advance at 905-862-0808

 

*OFF-SEASON TOURS are available by appointment only*

*Off-season Tours & Bookings, please call:

Melanie Whitfield  705-228-8155

Tess Dempster  905-852-6515

Directions to the site:  

From Highway 404:  East on Bloomington Rd. to Uxbridge. North on Main St. to Leaskdale (follow the in-town signs)

From Highway 401:  North on Highway 23 (Lakeridge Rd.) to Durham Rd. 13 (Leaskdale Rd.) West to Leaskdale

 

 

I cannot remember the time when I was not writing, or when I did not mean to be an author image

 

~ Lucy Maud Montgomery