Leaskdale Manse National Historic Site

Leaskdale Manse National Historic Site of Canada is the former Presbyterian manse where Lucy Maud Montgomery lived with her husband and family from 1911-1926. The property is located on Durham Regional Rd. #1 in the hamlet of Leaskdale, Ontario, north of Toronto.
Leaskdale Manse was designated a national historic site in 1994 because it was the home of Lucy Maud Montgomery in a productive period of her literary career when she wrote 11 of the 22 works published during her lifetime.

This summer, come enjoy our Tea & Tour packages. Or, experience our Summer Luncheon Teas which include 5-courses, entertainment, and a tour of the site. In August, join us in celebrating the 10th anniversary of the play Maud of Leaskdale, our renowned one-woman play with a script that is comprised entirely of excerpts from Maud’s own journals.

Please call 905-862-0808 for all inquiries and to book your tickets for our upcoming teas, tours, and the play Maud of Leaskdale.

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Seasonal: Summer, Fall

Leaskdale Manse National Historic Site