Lougheed House is Calgary’s hub of history, cultural happenings, programs and weddings. We invite you to visit for a historic tour of the building and gardens; view the exhibits; experience a live performance by one of our cultural collaborators; dine on local, gourmet cuisine via lunch or brunch in the Restaurant; get married here; or find the perfect gift in the Museum Shop. We also run a variety of school programs, and the house is available for private events such as family reunions, corporate receptions and Christmas parties.
Prices for admission to the House
Seniors & Students $6.50
Child (Ages 6 – 12) $5.00
Under 6 FREE
Canadian military personnel with CFOne cards FREE
Air Cadets and their escorts FREE
National Trust Members FREE
Cultural Access Pass (CAP) Members FREE
Restaurant Patrons $4.00
Lougheed House or Beltline Audio Tour Included with admission
The House is open to the public Wednesdays through Fridays, 11:00 am to 4:00 pm and Saturdays and Sundays, 10:00 am to 4:00 pm.
Subject to availability, historic interpreters are available to give guided tours. Self-guided and audio tours are always available and included with admission.
During regular hours, admissions staff will issue Cultural Access Pass (CAP) membership cards to eligible new Canadians.
Lougheed House and The Restaurant will be CLOSED on Family Day, February 18, 2019.
The Restaurant The Restaurant at Lougheed House serves lunch, Wednesday through Sunday, 11:00 am to 2:00 pm, and brunch, Saturday and Sundays only, 10:00 am to 2:00 pm. Gardens The Gardens are open daily from 7:00 am until sundown. Accessibility Lougheed House is accessible for visitors using wheelchairs. We have a ramp entrance on the south-west corner of the house and an elevator.
The House and Restaurant observe all statutory holidays and will be CLOSED on New Year’s Day (January 1), Good Friday, Canada Day (July 1), Remembrance Day (November 11), Christmas Day (December 25), Boxing Day (December 26).
Every effort has been made to restore Beaulieu to its original look and feel of when the Lougheed family lived here. On the second floor you will find furnishings and artifacts from the turn of the 20th century, including objects original to the House. We are constantly looking for other original and period (1890-1914) pieces to help us complete these exhibits. The Restoration Room, on the second floor, details the process of the restoration of the House and Gardens to their original condition after years of many different occupants. Throughout the House you will also be able to explore information about these occupants including the Dominion Provincial Youth Training Program, the Canadian Women’s Army Corps, and The Red Cross Society. If you are interested in helping us to continue restoring and furnishing Lougheed House through donations of artifacts and furnishings, or contribute to our knowledge of other periods of the House’s history, please contact Caroline Loewen, firstname.lastname@example.org We would love to hear your anecdotes, memories, and stories, and would be grateful if you can share photographs or artifacts with us. Donations are essential to our collections, research, and programs.