The Eliott's Train Station was restored by Stacy MacInnis of Burlington. He is among more than 20 individuals and groups recognized architecture, writing, architectural preservation, genealogy and general heritage activities by the PEI Museum and Heritage Foundation.
We have three locations that remain open all winter. Drop by the Acadian Museum in Miscouche; Beaconsfield Historic House in Charlottetown or Eptek Art and Culture Centre in Summerside.
The refurbished Kensington engine belongs to the PEI Museum and Heritage Foundation. It is an attraction that attracts train buffs and children of all ages.
The Cedar Waxwings, crows, bluejays, starlings, sparrows and chickadees, along with the occasional fox, all enjoy the garden at Beaconsfield.
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.
Beaconsfield Historic House in Charlottetown
is open Tuesday and Thursday afernoons
12:30 to 4:00 PM beginning January 31, 2017
Island Matters Rug Hooking Group
has a major announcement on the
PEI Heritage News page!
The button for that page is near the
bottom of the left legend
Have a look!