Time: 4 hours
Cost: $60 per hour Max 6 persons
Admission / Meals extra
*Special rates for larger groups
Western PEI has a rich history of the peoples who have chosen to live here.First Nations people, French Acadian, Irish, Scottish and British people have all contributed to the communities one sees today.Local cultural centres celebrate this rich heritage.
The Lennox Island Mi’kmaq Cultural Centre offers insight into Prince Edward Island’s “First People”.The Acadian Museum in Miscouche is dedicated to success of the French Acadian community on PEI, the Wyatt Heritage Centre in Summerside is a tribute to founders of this community, the Bideford Parsonage Museum offers a view of famed Anne of Green Gables author Lucy Maud Montgomery’s life during her first teaching assignment in this area, St. Simon St. Jude Church in Tignish is the home of one of Canada’s last remaining “Tracker” organs, the Canadian Potato Museum has an “all things potato” amazing collection of artifacts and machinery and the Alberton Museum has special presentations on the Fox Fur Industry in yester year.