On the 4th of April is Easter. For the celebration of Happy Easter listen to the music first :Russian Magnificat. Sergei Tolstokulakov
Then you are having your ticket to Calgary’s history. Come and explore the Lougheed’s exquisite Victorian mansion (a national historic site). Have you ever wondered what life was like for the elite members of Victorian society? Senator Sir James and Lady Isabella Lougheed were among the most prominent and glamorous figures in early Calgary and lived in the house since 1891 with their two children and staff. Discover the Lougheeds’ story while exploring their magnificent 14,000 square foot mansion and have a brunch at the restaurant at a very reasonable price, open year-around, Wednesday through Friday from 11.00 a.m.-4.00 p.m., Saturday & Sunday from 10.00 a.m.-4.00 p.m., tel. 403-410-9288, 707 Thirteenth Avenue S.W., Calgary, AB. The beautifully and faithfully restored house is open in May, 2005 as a Public Heritage Centre. We’ve been there and propose to your attention a slide show from the elegant 1891 sandstone mansion of Sir James and Mrs. James Alexander Lougheed.
Photo show “Welcome to the Lougheed House”:
To the left is a picture from the booklet “Welcome Home” and to the right – authentic views of one of the ladies of the home. and a visiting lady.
Do not miss the moment of touching the history.