The Cedar Waxwings, crows, bluejays, starlings, sparrows and chickadees, along with the occasional fox, all enjoy the cool water in the garden at Beaconsfield.
The costumed staff of Green Park Shipbuilding Museum & Yeo House approach the veranda, seeking relief from the summer heat and perhaps a cool glass of lemonade. The site is open in summer and is an ideal spot for a picnic and a tour!
Green Park Shipbuilding Museum & Yeo House offers our summer visitors a look at how shipbuilding influenced life on PEI and how the very wealthy lived at the time. Beautiful Yeo House offers a tour not soon to be forgotten and the stunning grounds are ideal for a family picnic. The museum is located on Malpeque Bay, not far from Tyne Valley.
This huge engine belongs to the PEI Museum and sits right behind the old Kensington Railway station. It has been refurbished with fresh paint and is protected by an attractive fence. It's an attraction within the community and brings train buffs in from all over.
Toward the end of a summer day, Beaconsfield Historic House is looking as welcoming as always. Open for tours year round, hosting various events and lectures in the carriage house, it also houses administrative offices for the PEI Museum on the third floor. The harbour just in sight behind it, gives an glimpse of the wonderful view from the veranda.
WILL BE OPEN TUESDAY AND THURSDAY AFTERNOONS
12:30-4:00PM, BEGINNING JANUARY 31