Built in 1891, Lougheed House was the grandiose home of Senator James Lougheed and his family. Located in Calgary’s Beltline district, the sandstone building is now a national historic site. Visitors can tour its grand interior, explore various historical exhibitions that sometimes grace its lower level, enjoy its beautiful gardens in summer and dine at The Restaurant at Lougheed House. The museum is also a popular spot for weddings and sometimes acts as a concert venue.
Lougheed House is a national and provincial historic site available for event rental. It also happens to be a beautiful high-Victorian mansion surrounded by its own flower garden and green space. Staff members are available as tour guides. About 100 guests can enjoy a buffet or plated dinner.