Sunday Afternoon House Tours
Join us for a tour of Lougheed House, from the lower-level ballroom to the finely furnished bedrooms of Lady Isabel and Sir James Lougheed on the second floor, with all the behind-the-scenes stories in between. Learn about the restoration of the house before it was reopened to the public in 2005, then go back in time through more than 100 years of history.
Your tour guides are Lougheed House volunteers, great storytellers and keepers of all the most intriguing details about who has visited the house, how it shaped one of Alberta’s most prominent families, and how it has become a gathering place for the Métis people today.
Every Sunday at 1 p.m. Free with Lougheed House admission.
Combine a Sunday tour with brunch at The Restaurant at Lougheed House! Reservations recommended.
Book a Private Guided Tour
Experience Lougheed House and its history on a private guided tour. Learn about the house as one of the first grand sandstone mansions in Calgary, its role as a social and political hub in the early 20th century, and as home to the Canadian Women’s Army Corps, and the Canadian Red Cross, and behind-the-scenes tales of its restoration and reopening in 2005.
Available during museum hours, weekly Thursday, Friday, Saturday and Sunday.
Duration: 1 hour
Tours can accommodate groups of up to 15 people. All ages are welcome.
Cost: $10 per person including museum admission.
- Tours must be booked in advance.
- Combine a guided tour with a meal in the Restaurant at Lougheed House. Reservations recommended.
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