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We went to the village twice. First time was for breakfast - stopped in at the coffee shop and had excellent breakfast sandwiches and specialty coffees. Walked the village and the volunteers were keen to share stories about how they got the historical buildings there....More
Wish this place was explained a little more in detail letting people know that this isnt the actual site of the house but just a souvenir shop essentially. Something for toursits to check out i guess but not really a time consuming place to need...More
Recently went at this village for a visit. There is free parking and has a few restaurants in the village. We went to eat for breakfast there, then went to cows for an ice cream. There is a piano in the cows area which I...More
We headed to Avonlea Village after visiting the nearby Green Gables and LMM Homestead.
Walking in you have to pass through a COWS creamery ice cream store -which we walked right through.
The initial view is so cute and feels like Avonlea...until you walk around...More
The town of Avonlea is fictional, but is supposed to have taken place in this area. After the popularity of the book, TV, and film, the people of the area decided to make this rendering. The Road to Avolea is based on the... More
The town of Avonlea is fictional, but is supposed to have taken place in this area. After the popularity of the book, TV, and film, the people of the area decided to make this rendering. The Road to Avolea is based on the book, Anne of Green Gables. I don't know if any of it was filmed here.