Visitors & Tours
The Garden is a public destination park of the Town of Halton Hills. As a public park, you are always welcome to visit the Garden with your family and friends free of charge.
If you wish to make use of the Garden facilities, please first Contact the Norval Community Association to determine its availability in case the Garden is being used for Garden Programs, Group Tours or community events. Garden Programs, Group Tours and community events take priority in usage.
Lucy Maud Montgomery Garden Location:
477 Guelph Street,
Canada L0P 1K0
Come and experience the world of Lucy Maud Montgomery in our 1 hour guided Group Tour of the Garden.
In our guided Group Tour, you visit the sensory gardens and experience them using your 5 senses of sight, smell, taste, hearing and touch, learn about some of the plants lovingly described by Montgomery in her writings and about the Norval Rose, enjoy our unique Garden features, learn about Montgomery’s time in Norval, take a walking tour of the surrounding area where Montgomery spent contemplative time, and view the Norval Manse where she lived.
Group Tour Information
- Group tours are available through late spring to early fall (weather and garden conditions permitting).
- A group tour is typically 1 hour long and is offered during the day.
- The fee is $10 per visitor for a guided group tour. Where it is a guided bus tour, the fee is a flat $200.
- To book a guided group tour or make enquiries, please email us at email@example.com, and indicate when you would like to book a tour, your interests and your group particulars. Once we hear from you, we will answer any questions you have and arrange a tour for you.
Welcome Japanese Visitors!
Each year, we are honoured to host the Japanese tourists who come to visit the Garden and Norval as they journey from Japan to Prince Edward Island on a Lucy Maud Montgomery “pilgrimage”. It is a joy to share stories with these ardent Montgomery fans who are well versed in Montgomery’s writings, including the much-loved novel Anne of Green Gables.