Things to see and do in Prince Edward Island

Prince Edward Island offers a number of activities for all age groups. From parks, museums to amusement parks and trails.

The Confederation Trail

The Confederation Trail runs the length of the island. Formally the backbone of the Island railway system the trail now offers a safe and peaceful route for cyclists, hikers and skiers alike. See many of the island villages, rivers and more along the varied sections.

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Brackley Drive In Theatre in Brackley Beach

The Brackley Drive-in Theatre in Prince Edward Island opened in the mid-1950s under its original name of The Parkview Drive-in. In 1992, George, Linda and Robert Boyle of Winsloe, PEI purchased the drive-in and lovingly restored it to its original condition. You can't miss seeing our giant screen, over 5 stories tall from the ground and 70 feet wide - truly the best way to see any movie! The Brackley Drive-in generally opens for the season in mid-May and closes for the season in mid-September. It may, however, stay open one or two more weeks into the fall, depending on what movies are available.

Kensington Water Gardens in Kensington

Kensington Water Gardens, a quality indoor/outdoor attraction not to be missed! The Illuminations, a color and light presentation based on European Son et Lumiere exhibits, King Arthur's Camelot for a little fun, and The Rambles, a walk through time into the medieval streets of London, all inside our Tudor-style building. Our acre of beautifully landscaped Water Gardens feature waterfalls, fountains, streams, pools and many breathtaking flowerbeds. The children's area has an aerial tree walk with slides and a small play area. There are great reproductions of large-scale structures such as the Eiffel Tower and Mad King Ludwig's Neuschwanstein Castle. Located on Kensington Hwy #2 (Opposite the Royal Canadian Legion Home)

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