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Prince Edward Island Event Planning

Key Highlights

Hotels 39
Total Sleeping Rooms 2,190
Committable Sleeping Rooms* 180
Committable Meeting Rooms* 180
Convention Center Space 50,000 Sq. Ft.
Largest Exhibit Space 5,680 Sq. Ft.
Largest Ballroom 23,575 Sq. Ft.
Average Hotel Room Rate CAD $200
Average Daily Meal Cost CAD $122
Average Weekly Car Rental CAD $389
*Maximum for a single hotel

Prince Edward Island Things to Do and Attractions

Confederation Centre of the Arts

Covering an entire city block in Charlottetown, the Confederation Centre of the Arts showcases the best in Canadian visual and performing arts, as well as serves as one of the largest event facilities on the Island. The centre spans several theatres,

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Prince Edward Island Brewing Company

Established in 2012, the award-winning Prince Edward Island Brewing Company operates a state of the art brewing facility in Charlottetown. The company brews and distributes the Gahan Line of Handcrafted Ales, as well as Beach Chair Lager, the first

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Province House

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Coming off of an extensive renovation, Province House is the birthplace of the Confederation and has served as the seat of Prince Edward Island's provincial legislature since 1847. Province House features displays, presentations and orientation and

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Green Gables Heritage Place

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The idyllic Green Gables Heritage Place in Cavendish served as the inspiration for the setting in Lucy Maud Montgomery's classic novel, Anne of Green Gables. This National Historic Site was once the farm of the cousins of Montgomery's grandfather,

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Red Shores Racetrack and Casino

Red Shores Racetrack and Casino at Charlottetown Driving Park, coined the Kentucky of Canada, showcases Prince Edward Island's deep history of horse racing. Charlottetown Driving Park opened its doors for standardbred harness racing in 1889, and was

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Lobster on the Wharf

The largest seafood restaurant and market in Charlottetown, Lobster on the Wharf serves famous Prince Edward Island lobster and other beloved seafood specialties. Operated out of a location at the old ferry wharf on the edge of Charlottetown Harbour

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Water's Edge

Upholding their commitment to serving locally sourced ingredients from area farmers and fishermen, Water's Edge in Charlottetown's Delta Prince Edward hotel serves a variety of small plates with a modern flair. Guests sip on locally distilled liquors

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Sims Corner

Housed in a renovated heritage building in historic downtown Charlottetown, that once served as a pharmacy with a reputed conviviality shop in back, as well as a family home, apartment building and barber shop, Sims Corner is a popular steakhouse and

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Terre Rouge Bistro Marche

Housed in a historic brick and stone structure in Charlottetown, the fun, hip Terre Rouge Bistro Marche takes a farm to table approach in its daily changing menu. Entree selections have included steak frites with naturally raised Prince Edward Island

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Claddagh Oyster House

Showcasing oysters from Canada and around the world, Claddagh Oyster House in Charlottetown also serves premium Prince Edward Island beef, seafood, chicken, pasta and an extensive wine list. The warm, contemporary restaurant in a historic downtown

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Confederation Bridge

The longest bridge over ice covered waters in the world, the 12.9-kilometer Confederation Bridge joins Borden-Carlteton, Price Edward Island with Cape Jourimain, New Brunswick. The bridge, which opened in 2007, has been hailed as one of Canada's top

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The Dunes Studio Gallery and Cafe

Located in Brackley Beach, The Dunes Studio Gallery and Cafe began as a simple pottery shed and today has grown into a network of buildings and surrounding gardens. The gallery showcases a collection of fine Canadian work by over 50 artisans,

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Avonlea Village

Recreating the village of Anne of Green Gables, Avonlea Village in Cavendish takes visitors back to 1908 through its heritage buildings, exhibits, gardens, activities and costumed actors who guide the way. Village activities include square dance

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PEI National Park – Greenwich

Part of the sprawling PEI National Park, which features sand dunes, barrier islands, beaches, sandstone cliffs, wetlands, forests and cultural sites, PEI National Park – Greenwich is home to a spectacular parabolic dune system that rises above white

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Top Notch Charters and Lobster Tours

Top Notch Charters and Lobster Tours welcomes passengers to experience the thrill of lobster fishing, as well as enjoy a delicious traditional Prince Edward Island lobster meal, while aboard the 45-foot fishing boat, Top Notch. Run by a fourth

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