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While the Cavendish Post Office is a recreation, it is filled with excellent for sale materials about Maud and the connected families. Within a short walking distance you can see the remaining foundation of the house where Lucy lived for many years.
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We had read a review about the Cavendish Post Office and decided to stop after picking up post cards else where. We should have waited, the post cards at the post office were very nice and postage is included. The post mistress was very helpful...More
Definitely a must-see for anyone who wants to learn or explore more about the Montgomery family and history. The exhibit is very well-curated and laid out in a manner that is cohesive but the individual rooms each show something unique.
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My daughter and I had been to Avonlea village prior and had picked up post cards to send back home, most adorable postal stamp here. Part of this location is a modern post office, the other part is a cute small museum (free!) about LM...More
This post office was nice place to visit and also visit the museum, where we could learn a little about old post offices and see the first copy of Anne's story, etc. When you send your postcards from that office, you also get a special...More
Not only was it an interesting exhibit, but I found it to be very personally inspiring. Knowing that Maud was persistent in her submissions because she was able to hide her rejections, gave me a sense of hope and determination to continue with my own...More
We popped in here after touring Green Gables and the Cemetery. It is a fully functioning post office but also contains a little museum of sorts with information & memorabilia. The lady at the counter was friendly and answered our touristy questions, while we waited...More