Bideford Parsonage Museum
Historical Residence of Lucy Maud Montgomery
This house is waiting to tell its interesting story to all who visit!

Visit our local post office in Ellerslie, PEI, and have your vacation postcard stamped with our commemorative postage cancellation - a wonderful memento!
Step back to an era of simpler times in this Provincially Registered Historical Home originally built in 1878 by Thomas H. Pope. Six years later he sold his home to the local Methodist church for use as its parsonage. Lucy Maud Montgomery was only 19 when she came here in 1894-95, to board with the Reverend John F. and Mrs. Ada Estey, while in her first teaching position at Bideford No. 6 School.
Your carriage awaits at the Bideford Parsonage Museum, PEI.
Visitors arriving for the annual Strawberry Social, Bideford Parsonage Museum, 784 Bideford Rd, Bideford, PEI.
Beautiful artifacts to be seen in each room of the Bideford Parsonage Museum.

Victorian Gingerbread arches accent the wrap-around 
verandah at the Bideford Parsonage Museum.