The history and settings of Lucy Maud Montgomery's famous novel "Anne of Green Gables". The old farmhouse depicted in the novel belonged to cousins of Montgomery where she spent much time in her youth. She said often when she was interviewed she had a difficult time as people didn't think of "Anne" as a fictional character. The house portrays what the book setting might have been. A beautiful garden and many walking trails surround the house. There are many stores in town that sell "Anne" everything.


Prince Edward Island ~ "Green Gable"

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Farm house
Farm house
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Barn wheelbarrows
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Hay bale tool
"Lover's Lane"
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"Lover's Lane"
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Garden Flower
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Butterfly Bush
"Haunted Woods"


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