The railway museum in Elmira includes a quirky miniature train ride (adult/student/family $6/4/15) that winds through the surrounding forest. The station marks the eastern end of the Confederation Trail.
Featuring the squeaky tones of the famed Singing Sands Beach (aka Basin Head Beach), this popular park is regarded by many as having the island's best beaches.
Built the same year Canada was unified, the East Point Lighthouse still stands guard over the northeastern shore of PEI. After being blamed for the 1882 wreck of the British Phoenix, the lighthouse was moved closer …
Avant-garde meets barn at the Greenwich Interpretation Centre, where an innovative audiovisual presentation details the ecology of the dune system and the archaeological history of the site. The highlight, though, i…
For wine tasting on a grand scale, cruise over to Little Sands, 9km from the Wood Islands Ferry, where Rossignol Estate Winery has free tastings and specializes in fruit wines. The divine Blackberry Mead has won a s…
On the southern side of the river, the statuesque former post office and customs house (1888) overlooks the marina, and houses the Garden of the Gulf Museum. Inside are several artifacts illustrating local history.
Head toward the coast from Murray River along Rte 348 (Gladstone Rd) to find Newman Estate Winery. This lovely place specializes in blueberry wines, but has recently begun making white wine from grapes.
Specializing in potato vodka as well as a new line of bourbon, rum, whiskey, pastis, and a very interesting and aromatic gin.
This distillery produces Canada's only legal moonshine, which is a staggering 75% alcohol by volume.
Needing a little TLC, this is the island's first octagonal and oldest wooden lighthouse.