Lougheed House “Beaulieu” National Historic Site
© LHCS Collection
Senator James Alexander Lougheed and his wife, Isabella, moved into this grand sandstone mansion in 1891. Then called Beaulieu, the house became the centre of Calgary’s social scene. Today, the Lougheed House Conservation Society has restored the mansion to its former glory. Stroll through the Beaulieu Gardens, the restored private gardens adapted to a public park. Visit Isabella’s Restaurant, on the main floor, one of Calgary’s top lunch spots. Stroll through Treasures Gift Shop which offers merchandise that reflects the era of the house, including chinaware, jewellery, and teddy bears. Come visit Lougheed House and experience the gracious elegance of an era.
The site is open year round and is located at 707-13th Avenue SW in Calgary, Alberta.
For more information, please contact us at: 403-244-6333 or check out our website at www.lougheedhouse.com
Services: interpretive tours available, gift shop, food services, changing exhibitions.