Top Choice National Park in Prince Edward Island National Park

Prince Edward Island National Park

Draped with red sandstone bluffs and undulating dunes, the star attraction of the province's park system showcases the dramatic north-central coast's wetlands, forests and their diverse species of flora and fauna, i…
Top Choice Lighthouse in Charlottetown

Point Prim Lighthouse

Purchased from the Provincial Government for $1, the not-for-profit Point Prim Lighthouse Society maintains this gorgeous historic lighthouse, the oldest on Prince Edward Island. Inside is a wonderful museum that sh…
Top Choice Park in Charlottetown

Victoria Park

Dedicated in 1873, Charlottetown's most popular and beautiful waterfront green space has 16 hectares of loveliness for you to enjoy on a fine day.
Notable Building in Charlottetown

Beaconsfield Historic House

With its crowning belvedere, intricate gingerbread trim and elegant 19th-century furnishings, Beaconsfield House is the finest Victorian mansion in Charlottetown. Have a wander or sit on the verandah and be stunned …
Notable Building in Charlottetown

Government House

This striking colonial mansion, with its grand hall, Palladian window and Doric columns, has been home to PEI's lieutenant governors since 1835. As it is a private residence, the house is not open to the public outs…
Notable Building in Charlottetown

St Dunstan's Basilica

Rising from the ashes of a 1913 fire, the three towering stone spires of this Catholic, neo-Gothic basilica are now a Charlottetown landmark. The marble floors, Italianate carvings and decoratively embossed ribbed c…
Historic Site in Charlottetown

Orwell Corner Historic Village

Situated 28km east of Charlottetown, via Rte 1, Orwell Corner Historic Village is a living recreation of a 19th-century farming community, complete with bonneted school teacher and blacksmith. Check the website for …
Winery in Wood Islands

Rossignol Estate Winery

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…
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 houses the Garden of the Gulf Museum. Inside are several artifacts illustrating local history.
Lighthouse in Souris

East Point Lighthouse

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 …