This home contains stories of adventurers and pioneers – Norman Luxton, Georgina McDougall Luxton, and their daughter Eleanor. See and hear tales about the life of this family and of Banff over a period of almost 90 years. Norman purchased the home in 1908 and his daughter Eleanor lived there until 1995. View stunning collections of First Nations artifacts, paintings, china, furniture, and more - all situated as the family had the home. Also visit The Historic Luxton Garden: Designed in the Arts and Craft Style (ca. 1910) it showcases 100 year old lilac trees, champagne pink Oriental poppies, a bounty of peonies, mountain views, and an opportunity to relax with a cup of tea. Summer 2020: Considering Covid-19 and the small size of this home museum, we are uncertain when we will open to the public again. Please contact us with questions any time and follow us for stories and updates on our website or Instagram.