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The provincial capital is heralded as the site of the pivotal 1864 Charlottetown Conference, which ultimately led to the birth of Canada as a nation. Located near the confluence of the Hillsborough, West and North rivers, Charlottetown is ideally situated for a capital city. The rivers form a protected harbour, which widens unto U-shaped Hillsborough Bay.
Tourist attractions Charlottetown : Things to see and do
165 rue Richmond
A native of Yorkshire, England, Isaac Smith designed this sandstone, Georgian-style home with Neoclassical details in 1848. The current Legislative Assembly and the Confederation Chamber, site of the Charlottetown Conference, restored to its appearan..
145 Richmond St
Commemorating the centennial of the 1864 Charlottetown Conference, this national memorial arts centre (1964) houses theatres, the provincial archives, display areas and a restaurant. Temporary exhibits in the art gallery feature selections from a lar..
The first permanent European settlement on the island was established here by the French in 1720. The British, who captured the area in 1758, erected Fort Amherst, a series of defences on the site of the original French garrison, and occupied the pos..
58 Great George Street CDN - Charlottetown PE C1A 4K9
Prix Prices from : 136 CAD
This hotel is located in downtown Charlottetown, one block from the Confederation Center of the Arts and 15 minutes from Charlottetown Airport. It features a continental breakfast and free Wi-Fi. The accommodations at The Great George provide a sea..
238 Grafton Street CDN - Charlottetown PE C1A 1L5
The BEST WESTERN Charlottetown hotel features an indoor heated pool and rooms with internet access. A daily hot buffet breakfast is included. The waterfront is just 5 minutes’ walk away. Each room at the BEST WESTERN Charlottetown includes coffee ..
193 Prince Street CDN - Charlottetown PE C1A 4R8
Located in downtown Charlottetown, this historic hotel built in the 1800’s is 400 meters from the Confederation Centre of the Arts. Each room has free WiFi and is individually decorated. Offering private bathrooms, each room at The Tailor Shop Histo..