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The house is interesting but it doesn't take a lot of time to tour it. The staff are super friendly and seemed very happy to have some visitors as I expect it isn't all that busy here on non-weekend days. It's a well-preserved house and...More
A lesser known part of Alberta's history... This site is very well done. There's a self-guided kicks at the entry, a nice greenspace, and a beautifully restored and maintained small home. We enjoyed the very informative guided tour - they answered all our questions and...More
It is small and doesn't take long to see, but the guided tours are excellent! The staff members are enthusiastic and informative, and give you a few details that would be easy to miss if you were just wandering the house on your own. You...More
There was a poetry reading when we visited but I did not stop to listen. There were many people there that day, but I suspect it is usually not busy. The house was quiet as the crowd was listening to the poetry. I preferred this...More
Made the annual pilgrimage to famed poet Stephan G. Stephansson's house. This is a special place, old and masterful in it's teachings of farm life way back in the 1800's . Yet so alive today with young people eager to learn the art poetry. On...More