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Excellent tour, takes you back in time and set in beautiful surroundings. Read the book and step in to it when you enter the house. Lovely gift shop and a small but pleasant cafe, however they are making improvements to the site with more facilities
Even though I had never read Anne of Green Gables and only had seen TV shows I really enjoyed the Silver Bush home/museum. I found this much more interesting than the (fictional) Anne of Green Gables house. The home is full of items and quotes...More
We were on a bus tour and our guide got us in before several other buses. So glad she did, when we came out the line was very long. It was very nice and well maintained but you really get moved through, not their fault....More
We had been working on a jigsaw puzzle of Anne of Green Gables, several days prior to coming here. It was quite a thrill to see the jigsaw picture 'come to life' when we walked the path to the museum. There were busloads of tourists...More
My mom and I had been planning a trip to PEI for many years - we are both AGG fans and really wanted to explore the island that inspired the stories. We spent the morning at Green Gables and then headed here. This felt so...More
We really enjoyed our visit to Silverbush. Green Gables was lovely, but for true fans of Maud herself, this is the place to be. The museum is not huge, but the memorabilia is wonderful. They have the 'blue chest" and it's contents on display. They...More
The building is where Lucy Maude Montgomery got married
The exhibits are quite well explained and there are a lot of them
I had never read the books so a lot of the "magic" was lost on me, but it was interesting nevertheless
Response from Niloo1366 | Reviewed this property |
I would say half a day is plenty enough.
Make sure to visit the book store. The lady running the book store gave a beautiful little explanation about the life of the author, etc. We really enjoyed that. :)