I've wanted to see the Anne of Green Gables homestead for a long, long time, and our visit didn't disappoint--once we got there, that is. The "Island Drive" and tour was a disappointment, but had so much potential. We ended up on the bus of a woman who spouted a lot of incorrect facts (like telling us P.E.I. produced 25% of the world's potatoes where it's just 25% of CANADA's potatoes) and muttering things like, "I think that building coming up on the right is a laboratory or something?" Mainly she spent our long drive through this incredible landscape droning on about how little snow they got last year and how climate change and overuse of plastics were destroying the world, while she missed every opportunity to tell us about the island itself, and about L.M. Montgomery and her delightful stories and books (the whole reason we were on the tour). So the tour itself was awful, but the homestead was delightful and quaint, and the visitor's center at Anne of Green Gables offered a wonderful array of stories and artifacts about L.M. Montgomery's life and work. You do have to know and love the Anne of Green Gables stories to fully appreciate this excursion, though, so brush up (maybe even watch the movies!) before you go.