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12 Cities. 36 Performances. 1 Nation.
  • June 29, 2015
    A Father of Confederation will greet you at the Charlottetown airport and escort you to a heritage hotel in the heart of Old Charlottetown. After a short rest, head out on the 1864 Pub Tour, led by your own personal historic guide, who will escort you to a few Island pubs to try locally made rum, beers from a craft brewery, and a special pouring of Guinness. The guide will weave in stories of the Island’s famous brewer and Premier, George Coles and tales of our lengthy rum-running and prohibition past.
  • June 30, 2015
    Your personal heritage guide will greet you at your hotel and lead you on a historic walking tour, retracing the path that Canada’s founding fathers first took when they arrived in the Charlottetown Harbour in 1864. Visit the grounds of Province House, Confederation Chamber, Confederation Centre of the Arts, and end with a lunch in Mavor’s courtyard restaurant; hosted by renowned Canadian historian Dr. Ed MacDonald.

    Free time in the afternoon to explore, followed by an outdoor rock concert on the waterfront, or tickets to see the new comedy Bittergirl: The Musical at Confederation Centre’s cabaret theatre, The Mack.
  • July 1, 2015
    Your heritage guide will escort you to the Canada Day opening performance of Confederation Centre’s Young Company (a marathon of dance and song!), followed by the vignette The Magnificent Scheme from the Confederation Players troupe, which brings to life the Confederation debates on the streets of Charlottetown.

    1:30 p.m. - Tickets to Anne of Green Gables – The Musical™, Canada’s longest running musical – a must-see for any trip to PEI!

    Free time for dinner at any one of Old Charlottetown’s many fine restaurants or pubs.

    9:30 p.m. - Canada Day fireworks on the Charlottetown waterfront
  • July 2, 2015
    Free time (visit Island beaches, tour the region…)

    1:00 p.m. - Your horse and carriage will collect you for a visit to nearby Beaconsfield Historic House and Fanningbank, home of PEI’s Lieutenant Governor.

    3:00 p.m. - A game of croquet and tea party at Ardgowan, where Canada’s founding fathers enjoyed social gatherings and continued the discussions which created Canada. Hosted by Parks Canada. Stop by the PEI Brewing Company for a taste of the delicious Sir John A's Honey Wheat Ale.

    7:30 p.m. - Attend Alice Through the Looking-Glass at Confederation Centre or head out on your own to any one of the many cultural events PEI has to offer.
  • July 3, 2015
    Head home. Au revoir! Visit us again soon - and don't forget you can fly home with live lobsters!