Charlottetown, Prince Edward Island
Site of the famous Charlottetown Conference in 1864, this capital of Prince Edward Island is considered the “Birthplace of Canada." Crawling with remnants of its Victorian-era history, Charlottetown’s fresh air and charming seaside views make it a fabulous spot to visit.
Prince Edward Island National Park
This scenic national park offers a variety of landscapes, including beaches, rolling dunes and wetlands with dramatic red sandstone cliffs. Home to the endangered piping plover, this serene area has also unearthed artifacts that archaeologists have dated up to 10,000 years old.
Green Gables House
For fans of L.M. Montgomery’s famous novel Anne of Green Gables, the historic farm house attracts thousands of visitors each year to see the setting for the story about an adorable red-haired orphan. Nearby, the Haunted Wood, Balsam Hollow and Lover’s Lane await visitors within Prince Edward Island National Park.
The world's longest bridge crossing ice-covered water connects Prince Edward Island with New Brunswick. The curved 8 mile long bridge opened in 1997 and endures as one of Canada's top engineering achievements of the 20th century. After four years of construction using crews of more than five thousand local workers, the Confederation Bridge cost one billion dollars.
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