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Lucy Maud Montgomery
Learn about the author of Anne of Green Gables, a tourism focus for PEI.


New London is positioned on the mid-north section of Prince Edward Island, near the northern shores and Prince Edward Island National Park. New London is also a member of Queens County. The first settler to arrive here in New London was Robert Clark, an Englishman who came in 1773. At one time, New London was actually known as Clifton and then Graham's Corner. The main industry in New London is farming, and in recent years, tourism. New London is also an approximate driving distance of just 25.6 km (15.9 mi.) northeast of Summerside.

New London is the very proud home of the birthplace of Lucy Maud Montgomery, the author of Anne of Green Gables, the widely successful book. Montgomery's home still stands here in New London today, acting as a tourism destination, offering a large amount of memorabilia, artifacts, Victorian furniture, scrapbooks, her wedding dress and so much more. An annual festival here in New London also celebrates her life and her achievements. New London is home to delicious local seafood and antique and gift stores. As well, New London is very close to Cavendish, which is also a bustling tourism destination.

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