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Museums & Historic Sites

Wherever you stand on the Island, you’re standing on history. Whether you’re interested in Mi’kmaq culture, trains, historic churches, one-room schoolhouses, elegant mansions or the Island’s primary industries of today and yesteryear, our museums bring the stories and the history of the Island to life.

Lennox Island, church, house

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Skmaqn–Port-la-Joye–Fort Amherst National Historic Site

See what compelled Louis Denys de La Ronde to write in 1721, "...Port-la-Joye, one of the most...

Dates of Operation: January 1, 2021 - December 31, 2021

The Prince Edward Island Regiment Museum

Collection of over 2000 artifacts, some dating as far back as 1807, various interpretive displays.

Dates of Operation: January 1, 2021 - December 31, 2021

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Lighthouses

As Canada’s smallest province at 224 km long, our coastline of sand dunes and red cliffs is deeply indented. PEI is believed to have the highest concentration of lighthouses in North America with 63 lighthouses and range lights.

Coastal Drives

Prince Edward Island has three coastal drives to explore. You’ll stop again and again for photos of grazing cows, fishing boats, country churches, pretty painted houses as well as historic and iconic landmarks.