Built ca. 1905, this home has many tales to tell about adventurers and pioneers. Meet Norman Luxton, Georgina McDougall Luxton, and their daughter Eleanor. Hear tales of a daring sailboat trip around the world, early days of tourism in Banff, business ventures won and lost, the merman of Banff, and more. View stunning collections of First Nations artifacts, paintings, memorable knickknacks, and more. Also visit The Historic Luxton Garden: One of only three Arts and Craft Style gardens in Western Canada, it showcases 120 year old lilac trees, champagne pink Oriental poppies, a bounty of peonies, mountain views, and an opportunity to sit and relax.
Regular summer hours: Thursday to Sunday, 10 - 4. June 1 to October 1.
For visits on alternate dates, bookings can be made by email: email@example.com.
Guided Walking Tours are available with The Whyte Museum in Banff.