Lucy Maude Montgomery referred to this house—home to the Campbell family since 1776—as “the wonder castle of my childhood.” The white-shingled two-story home belonged to her aunt and uncle, and her love for the place was so strong, she chose to marry in the parlor in 1911. Couples travel here from as far away as Japan to exchange vows just as Lucy Maud did in the house beside “the Lake of Shining Waters.” The Campbell House is now the Anne of Green Gables Museum. Take a carriage ride like Anne did with Matthew down a country lane to a beach or just poke through photos, linens, furniture and other personal effects that once belonged to Montgomery.