The historic home of two of Canada's most renowned Prime Ministers and political personalities, Laurier House is a National Historic Site of Canada located on Laurier Street in the Sandy Hill neighbourhood of downtown Ottawa.
- This Victorian mansion occupied a central position in Canadian political life for over 50 years; Canadian Prime Minister Sir Wilfrid Laurier made it his home in 1897; after Laurier's death, Prime Minister William Lyon Mackenzie King moved in and stayed until 1948, when he bequeathed it to the government and people of Canada.
- The home is now a National Historic Site of Canada, and houses the personal effects, furnishings, artwork and memorabilia of these two long-serving Prime Ministers. A separate room is dedicated to former Prime Minister Lester B. Pearson.
- Among the thousands of items in the home is a crystal ball owned by Mackenzie King, who was reputed to have taken part in séances in an attempt to communicate with his deceased mother.