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Fulfill your literary bucket list and go to Anne Shirley's home in Prince Edward Island. The farmhouse inspired author Lucy Maud Montgomery when she wrote Anne of Green Gables in

Anne and Gilbert (photo from the movie with Meagan Follows and Johnathan Crombie, based off of the Anne of Green Gables series)

& don& want diamond sunbursts, or marble halls.& Oh i just watched this and I almost cried!

The house used as Diana Barry's home in the movie. Photo by Bernadeta Milewski

Photo by Bernadeta Milewski

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Prince Edward Island + Anne of Green Gables

Although L.M. Montgomery never lived there herself, the iconic Green Gables house and farm, down the road from her grandparents, became the setting for her renowned novel, “Anne of Green Gables“. The house originally belonged to cousins of her grandfather and today this childhood home of Anne of Green Gables in Cavendish on Prince Edward Island, Canada is a protected cultural landmark.

anne green gables pei tourist 4 The Childhood Home of Anne of Green Gables on Prince Edward Island, Canada

Prince Edward Island. Because it looks beautiful and I could see things from "Anne of Green Gables"

Prince Edward Island: Where Anne of Green Gables Lives On

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The famous red sands of Prince Edward Island, Canada. So many lighthouses, plus it's the setting of one of my favorite classics, Anne of Green Gables, by LM Montgomery. Planning on visiting here before we move back west

While Anne found love and happiness, Montgomery herself wasn’t so lucky. - 14 Facts About 'Anne of Green Gables' Author L.M. Montgomery | Mental Floss

14 Facts About Anne of Green Gables Author L.M. Montgomery

Lucy Maud Montgomery OBE, publicly known as L. Montgomery, was a Canadian author best known for a series of novels beginning in 1908 with Anne of Green Gables. Anne of Green Gables was an immediate success.