Top things to do in Montague & Georgetown

Top Choice Brewery in Montague & Georgetown

Copper Bottom Brewing

The first craft brewery and taproom to open in King's County, this lively establishment serves up a range of ales to its Montague clientele, including an intriguing Blueberry Sour and an extra-hoppy double IPA, Park…
Top Choice Seafood in Montague & Georgetown

Cardigan Lobster Suppers

In tiny Cardigan, enjoy a five-course lobster supper in a heritage building on the harbor. There's also good-quality pub grub – fish cakes, Irish stew, steak sandwiches – on offer in 1888, housed in a separate build…
Seafood in Montague & Georgetown

Clam Diggers

Recently relocated to a creekside spot, this popular seafood diner is a brilliant place for brunch, lunch or dinner, with local specialities such as breaded clams, old-fashioned shanty bake (basically fish pie) and …
Diner in Montague & Georgetown

Wheelhouse Inn

This waterside pub has the best dinner views in Georgetown, looking clear across the harbor. The menu is divided into 'lower deck' (casual dishes like fish-and-chips and lobster melt), 'upper deck' (mains of fish, m…
Museum in Montague & Georgetown

Garden of the Gulf Museum

On the southern side of the river, the statuesque former post office and customs house (1888) overlooks the marina, and since 1958 has been home to this small community museum (the oldest on PEI, apparently). The di…
Lighthouse in Montague & Georgetown

Panmure Head Lighthouse

Completely restored by community volunteers in 2015, this 1853 lighthouse was constructed to guide shipping vessels into Georgetown Harbour. It has an unusual octagonal design, shingled in wood and laid out over fou…
Cultural in Montague & Georgetown

Panmure Island Powwow

There's a powwow held each year in mid-August with drumming, crafts and a sweat tent – it attracts around 5000 visitors, so don't expect to find any secluded beaches around here during that time.
Canadian in Montague & Georgetown

Windows on the Water

Owner Lillian Dingwell cooks up a varied menu of island dishes at her quaint, longstanding restaurant – including delicious blue mussels, homemade fish cakes and fish tacos.
Pizza in Montague & Georgetown

Famous Peppers

Pizzas galore, including a bewildering selection of build-your-own options (mango, donair meat and nacho chips, perhaps?)