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Bedeque Area Historical Museum

Spread over two floors, the Bedeque Area Historical Museum displays a large collection of artifacts relating to the social and economic history of the general Bedeque area. We tell the story of the United Empire Loyalist settlement of the Bedeque Bay area in 1784, as well as the story of the boats of the Borden ferry service, which from 1917 to 1997 connected P.E.I. to the mainland. There is also a poster display on the culture of the Mi’kmaq before 1900, and a display on Callbecks Store, for almost a century the main country store in the area.

Dates of Operation: June 18, 2020 - September 1, 2020

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Prince Edward Island  
[email protected]
(902) 887-3009 (T)


Location: William Callbeck Centre, 950 Callbeck St
Community: Central Bedeque
GPS N46° 20.391 W063° 42.176
Red Sands Shore

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