Lougheed House is a national and provincial historic site located in the Beltline district of Calgary. It was originally built in 1891 and served many different roles over its long history. Nowadays, it is a museum.
Due to COVID-19, Lougheed House is currently closed, but its beautiful gardens are still free for the public to enjoy! Tonight at 6:30 pm, the Head Gardener of Lougheed House will give a 60-minute free walking tour of their Gardens. It’ll be a fun learning experience.
Can’t make it on July 16? Don’t worry! The same tours are also scheduled for:
- August 6
- August 20
- September 3
To ensure physical distancing, only 20 people per tour are allowed. Hurry up and reserve your spot here: Thursday Evening Outdoor Tours by Lougheed House.
Want to check out the inside of the house?
- Tell them how you feel about Lougheed House reopening by filling out this survey: https://forms.office.com/Pages/ResponsePage.aspx?id=k4OH1BhvAkmN7yO3-vIz5fq7tK_FosJCndkpTTGrWCVUQzJTMkxPVEVNU0VSS1pYWUdKRDIwWEVRVS4u
More information: https://www.facebook.com/theLougheedHouse/