The Allan Macpherson House & Park
History buffs get ready
Allan Macpherson was one of Lennox and Addington’s most civic-minded and politically active entrepreneurs. He created fine-quality flour shipped to Montreal and England and became Postmaster at Napanee in 1820. Tour his gentry-inspired home, built north of the Napanee Falls. In 1962 the L&A Historical Society began a visionary labour of love to restore this home to its 19th century character.
- Summers are busy with lots of events and activities to check out.
- Guided tours are available every Wednesday in July and August for a small fee.
Restored to its original splendour
The Macpherson’s house remained in the family until 1896. In 1962, the Lennox and Addington Historical Society began a visionary labour of love to restore this home to its 19th century character.
The Macpherson House now functions as additional gallery space for the Museum of Lennox & Addington.
Themed programming is scheduled every July & August
The house also functions as additional gallery space for the Lennox & Addington Museum & Archives
Location and more details:
180 Elizabeth Street, Napanee
Open July & August
Tuesday-Thursday from 1-4pm
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