Whether you are a history buff or just enjoy a day exploring something different, you’ll enjoy visiting the beautiful Macpherson House and grounds. It’s like stepping back in time to a bygone era.
Built circa 1826, the Macpherson House & Park stands proudly along the banks of the Napanee River at 180 Elizabeth Street in Napanee.
For almost three decades, Allan Macpherson was one of Lennox and Addington’s most civic-minded and politically active entrepreneurs.
Tour Macpherson’s gentry-inspired house, built north of Napanee Falls; it remained in the family until 1896, long after he’d returned to Kingston. In 1962, the Lennox and Addington Historical Society began a visionary labour of love to restore this home to its 19th century character.
True to its roots, the Macpherson House has been restored to its original splendour both inside and out. The Macpherson House now functions as additional gallery space for the Museum of Lennox and Addington and can be enjoyed in the summer for tours and special programs.
Monday – Saturday: 10am–5pm
Open for tours in the summer
Monday – Friday: 10am–5pm
Children under 12: free
All service fees are based on a cost recovery model. Factors such as the physical condition of the records and copyright restrictions may prevent some or all of the reproduction processes from being offered.
180 Elizabeth Street, Napanee, ON K7R 1B5