Lougheed House 2020 Christmas Free Admission

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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.

Winter is here, and as we are approaching the end-of-year holiday season, expert designers have decorated the Lougheed House in festive style!

To celebrate the start of the 2020 Christmas holiday season, you and your family are now welcome to explore the museum at your own pace for free this upcoming weekend of November 21 and 22!

As per public health guidelines, up to 24 guests are allowed to explore the museum at one time, and masks are required at all times you explore the interior of the building.

To ensure your visit is safe and spacious, you must book your visit in advance! Click here to select a date and time slot.

Official website of the Lougheed House: https://lougheedhouse.com/

Word of the Day:

Festive: relating to a festival, cheerful, joyful, merry