Anne of Green Gables 1908
Anne of Avonlea 1909
Anne of the Island 1914
Anne of Windy Poplars 1936
Anne's House of Dreams 1917
Anne of Ingleside 1939
Rainbow Valley 1919
Rilla of Ingleside 1921
Anne of Green Gables
Anne is a lively eleven-year-old orphan who must win over the Cuthberts (Matthew and his sister Marilla) who have requested a boy from the orphanage to help Matthew with the farm chores. Her endearing idealism proves too hard to resist--even for the rather stern pair. Anne's enthusiasm and determination are not always appreciated by those around her, but she learns from her experiences and never makes the same mistake twice. Into her teens, Anne continues to challenge the rules that try to curb her indomitable spirit, and she is rarely defeated.
Avonlea, The Village of Anne of Green Gables - Map
Spend the day and live the story! Walk among the characters of the novel Anne of Green Gables, and experience dramatic moments and heartwarming scenes. Enjoy our lively barnyard, horse-and-wagon and pony rides, and cow milking. Enjoy music shows daily including children's shows, the Avonlea Concert featuring Mike Pendergast, Leon Gallant and the characters of Avonlea. Heritage buildings, museums and the beautiful Avonlea Gardens set the stage for a memorable day for the family.
Green Gables - Map
A popular tourist destination, located in Cavendish, in the Prince Edward Island National Park. Each year hundreds of thousands of visitors from around the world visit the site which inspired the setting for L.M. Montgomery to create her tale of a red haired orphan, Anne of Green Gables.
Cavendish Homestead - Map
L. M. M. Homestead fields, gardens, lanes, old trees surround the hallowed ground where Montgomery was raised by her grandparents, Alexander and Lucy Macneill - her home from 1876 to 1911 - where she wrote Anne of Green Gables. Serene and beautiful, this site captures the essence of the Cavendish she knew and loved.
L.M. Montgomery Birthplace - Map
Lucy Maud Montgomery, author of Anne of Green Gables and one of the world's most famous authors, was born in 1874 in this modest white and green house, decorated with authentic Victorian period pieces and overlooking New London Harbour. Special exhibits include the replica of the writer's wedding dress and personal scrapbooks containing copies of her many stories and poems.
The Anne of Green Gables Museum at Silver Bush - Map
To Maud, visiting the Campbell house was sheer joy. She considered this her second home and it was here she wed Rev. Ewan MacDonald July 5, 1911. Original furnishings, including the 'bookcase' from the Anne books, a 'crazy quilt' crafted by the author, L.M. Montgomery, autographed first editions, and much more.
At the old Campbell homestead, enjoy the beautiful grounds overlooking the Lake of Shining Waters that inspired L.M. Montgomery. View many artifacts pertaining to L.M. Montgomery and Anne of Green Gables