707 13 Ave SW Calgary, Alberta T2R 0K8
Lougheed House was built in 1891 and originally known as "Beaulieu" which means "beautiful place" in French. Lougheed House is now a National Historic site and operated by Lougheed House Conservation Society. Sir James Alexander Lougheed, a rich businessman and politician of his time, put up the mansion for his wife and kids, unaware that his house would one day become one of Calgary's most sought-after multipurpose venue. Today, thousands flock to visit the Lougheed House, whether it's for a historic tour, conference, a party, or for a wedding – the hundred year-old house just seem too irresistible and charming! Further, The Restaurant cooks up delicious culinary experties while Treasures Gift Shop is something where you'll find a souvenir to take home. With its superb elegance and unique historical status, Lougheed House is a perfect venue for private or corporate functions.
Events, receptions and membership rates available. Contact Lougheed House for other price details.
Phone: (403) 244-6333
Fax: (403) 244-6354
Email: [email protected]
Contact Lougheed House for reservations and other enquiries.