Go back in time 100 years and join the characters of Avonlea for a fun day of interactive experiences. Kitchen parties, family shows, horse and wagon rides, oyster shucking, spoons lessons, dance lessons, and pig races are a few of the highlights. Taste our homemade premium chocolates, Raspberry Cordial, Cow’s ice cream. Heritage buildings, exhibits, and spectacular gardens set the stage for a memorable day in the community of Avonlea.

Built in 1999 in Cavendish, Prince Edward Island. Avonlea is a combination of both heritage buildings, and new buildings that are recreations of 19th century Cavendish homes and businesses. Avonlea was the fictitious name that Island author, Lucy Maud Montgomery gave to Cavendish in her most famous novel, Anne of Green Gables. Our idea was to re-create the community that Montgomey lived in and wrote about so that you could step into the pages of her novel and meet the characters from her stories that spring to life in the red dirt roads of Avonlea Village.