Lougheed House

707 13th Ave. S.W.
Calgary, AB T2R 0K8- Map It
(403) 244-6333
SAVE more than 50% on admission

AAA Editor Notes

Lougheed House is at 707 13th Ave. S.W. Built in 1891 and enlarged in 1907, the sandstone mansion was the residence of Sir James Alexander Lougheed, a cabinet minister and party leader in the Senate, and his family. It later served as a barracks for the Canadian Women's Army Corps and as a blood donor clinic and dormitory for the Canadian Red Cross Society; today it houses interpretive exhibits detailing the structure’s history and architecture. The lovely 1.1-hectare (2.8-acre) estate includes the formal Beaulieu Gardens. Redesigned every year, the green space dazzles onlookers with such flora as yellow cannas and marigolds, red dahlias, and white and pink peonies. Guided tours by historical interpreters as well as self-guiding audio tours are available. Guided tours are available. Food is available. Time: Allow 30 minutes minimum.
House $8.10; $6.19 (students with ID and ages 65+); $4.76 (ages 6-12); $23.81 (family, two adults and three children); free (Canadian military with ID). Gardens free.
AAA Benefit:
See Calgary at its most elegant. In the heart of the city sits a majestic sandstone mansion. Built in 1891 for James and Isabella Lougheed and their growing family, Lougheed House is now a National and Provincial Historic Site and Museum located on its original 2.8 acres in the Beltline of Calgary. Save on a tour of a local gem with AMA! Pay just $4 on admission - that's over 50% in savings. Plus save 10% on regular priced gift merchandise.
Hours: House Wed.-Fri. 11-4, Sat.-Sun. 10-4. Gardens daily 7 a.m.-dusk. Closed major holidays.