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  • 1 Province House National Historic Site Recommended Recommended

    Archaeological and historical sites

    165 rue Richmond CDN - Charlottetown C1A 1J1

    A native of Yorkshire, England, Isaac Smith designed this three-storey sandstone building (1847) in the Georgian style with Neoclassical details. The Confederation Chamber, site of the Charlottetown Conference, is restored to its 19C appearance with ..

  • 2 Confederation Centre of the Arts Interesting

    Museums and art

    145 Richmond St CDN - Charlottetown C1A 1J1

    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..

  • 3 St. Dunstan's Basilica

    Religious buildings

    45 Great-George St. CDN - Charlottetown C1A 4K1

    The stone church visitors see today is a replica, built in 1916 after a fire. The twin spires of this Gothic building gracefully punctuate the Charlottetown skyline. Interior features include fan vaulting, streaked marble and a rose window from Munic..

  • 4 Port la Joye-Fort Amherst National Historic Site

    Architecture, castles and historic districts

    191 Rocky-Point CDN - Charlottetown C1A 5V6

    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..

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