Strange but true to find what remains of a house from years gone by. The grounds are amazing, giving you the feeling of life by when LM Montgomery walked about. Some history signs guide your way, lovely book shop on premises and I felt it was well worth the small fee as I landed when a story teller who works...
Almost all Montgomery's early edition books (published by Page, Stokes, McClelland) have gold or silver gilt titles - exceptions are The Blue Castle (except for the A.L. Burt reprint edition which is gold), the McClelland edition of A Tangled Web, and Anne of Windy Poplars. True firsts of all L.M. Montgomery books do not have black lettering on the cover titles or spine. If a seller is offering a dustjacket "first" edition, ask what color the spine title is -- if it is black, it is not a first edition.
For anyone that loves the story of Anne or has loves reading LM Montgomery, you need to visit this site. There is so much history between the house, the walk and the trails. You will be fully immersed in her world.
View a replica of Lucy Maud Montgomery's wedding dress and accessories. On display are scrapbooks depicting LM Montgomery's personal life as a student at Prince of Wales College and her years as a writer and teacher. You can purchase books written by and about Lucy Laud Montgomery. Licensed giftware is also available during your visit to this historic location.