Discover High Tea at a fine estate.
Known as one of the finest estates in the Canadian northwest, this grand sandstone manor was built in 1891. Since then it has lived a great life and has many stories to tell! Visit Lougheed House to find the stories of Lady Isabella Hardisty Lougheed and her family, the Canadian Women’s Army Corp, the Canadian Red Cross, and of course it is the current home of the Lougheed House Conservation Society.
707 13th Avenue SW
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Partner Organization: Lougheed House