PEI Tour List

PEI Legislative Assembly


LOCATION: 165 RichmondSt, Charlottetown, PE C1A 1J1

SUMMARY: The Legislative Assembly of Prince Edward Island, along with the Queen of Canada in Right of Prince Edward Island, represented by the Lieutenant-Governor of Prince Edward Island, forms the parliament of the province. The General Assembly meets at Province House, which is located at the intersection of Richmond and Great George Streets in Charlottetown.

Scenic Heritage Roads


LOCATION: Appin Road (The Currie Road extends southwesterly from Rte. 249 at Green Bay to Rte. 237 (Appin Road). The Farrar Road begins almost immediately, extending from Rte. 237 to Rte. 246 for a total of 6.7 km.)

SUMMARY: The narrow, red clay lanes of the Island are special places – each with a story. Spared burial under cement or asphalt, they are no longer just avenues for getting from one place to another, but a unique part of our heritage.

The Terrain over which these routes travel is varied and captivating. High hills, twists and turns lure the traveler onward. Wonderful vistas provide panoramic views of the country side, as well as glimpses of rural life – of farmsteads, new and abandoned, and the remnants of sawmills and furniture factories – early enterprises that have since ceased operation.

“Tunnels” of foliage are found along some of these trails. Native hardwoods such as sugar maple, red maple, beech and red oak are some of the trees contributing to the canopies that arch over many roads. Spruce, pine and hemlock provide contrast and depth where they intersperse with deciduous trees. Bordering farmsteads, they form sturdy hedgerows.

In open areas lupins, black-eyed susans, daisies, Queen Anne”s lace and a host of other wild flowers create an abundance of bloom while, under the tree cover, mosses, ferns and trillium are some of the plants that thrive in the shade. Appreciated not only by humans, these roads and their associated vegetation serve as wildlife corridors for foxes, squirrels and snowshoe hares. Roadside bushes provide nesting sites for many song birds.

St. Dunstan’s Basilica Cathedral


LOCATION: 65 Great George St, Charlottetown, PE C1A 4K1

SUMMARY: This historic church has tall spires, ornate stained-glass windows & other Gothic Revival features.

COWS Creamery


LOCATION: 12 Milky Way, Charlottetown, PE C1E 2E2

SUMMARY: COWS is an ice cream manufacturer and chain of ice cream parlors based in Charlottetown, Prince Edward Island, Canada. COWS was founded in Cavendish, Prince Edward Island in 1983, and has since expanded into cheddar cheese, and cow-themed merchandise. COWS was named “Canada’s best ice cream” in a survey of readers of Reader’s Digest and named the world’s top place to get ice cream by Tauck World Discovery.

Red Shores Racetrack & Casino


LOCATION: 58 Kensington Rd, Charlottetown, PE C!A 9S8

The Tallest Lighthouse


LOCATION: 04 Lighthouse Rd, off Rte 16 Community

SUMMARY: East Point Lighthouse is situated on the extreme eastern end of Prince Edward Island where the mighty tides of the St. Lawrence and Northumberland Strait meet to create a show of nature’s force.

Haunted Mansion


LOCATION: 81 Victoria St W, Kensington, PE C0B 1M0

SUMMARY: Family-friendly haunted house attraction in a Tudor-style home, with carnival rides & a gift shop.

Anne in Gateway Village


LOCATION: 8619 Cavendish Rd, Cavendish, PE C0A 1M0

SUMMARY: Possibly the best gift/souvenir shop in Eastern Canada – best prices, selection and service. Guaranteed fun! Dress up as Anne of Green Gables. Free photo opportunities: the world’s only Anne statue, Lorenzo the 6-ft. plush lobster and our “Welcome to PEI” sign. Featuring unique gifts from around the world, displayed in themed sections – large seashell area with many exotic specimens, a lighthouse and replica ship section, an Anne of Green Gables house full of licensed products, a dog and cat section as well as thousands of T-shirts, caps and jackets. We carry trendy items such as folk art fashions, love pearls, scarves and tablecloths.

Victoria Row


LOCATION: 136 Richmond St, Charlottetown, PE C1A 1H9

Government House


LOCATION: 1 Terry Fox Dr, Charlottetown, PE C1A 8T6

SUMMARY: Home of the Lieutenant Governor, this 1834 Georgian mansion on lush grounds offers tours in summer.

Deep Sea Fishing


LOCATION: 5 Wharf Rd, Covehead Harbour, PE C!A 9S8

SUMMARY: You will gain a whole new appreciation for fresh seafood after you take part in a deep-sea fishing excursion, cast your line into the deep blue waters off the coast of Prince Edward Island and catch your own fish. Whether you’ve set your sites on a fresh feed of mackerel, you’d like to do battle with a giant bluefin tuna, or you are lured by the mystery of shark fishing, boat captains around the province are eager to share in your adventure on the high seas.