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The military and military service played an important role in PEI History. Museum gives a great snapshot of the history of the local regiment. So much to see, but, unfortunately, too many exhibits in too little space. Really needs more floor space to do a...More
Located at the end of Water St this little museum is a gem. For history buffs there is a wealth of material about PEI's contributions to the war effort. There are all types of weapons, uniforms and other items on display. There is no admission...More
Your visit starts outside with numerous tanks, As one moves indoors, this is an active military post so don't forget to thank the soldiers and engage with them. Across the "gym floor" are several exhibitions stocked with memorabilia and history throughout the decades including photos...More
A great local display of the P.E.I Regimental history especially during WWI, WWII and up to the present day. A must visit for those interested in the part Canada has played internationally defending our Allies during wartime and peace keeping.
Not expecting much in this quaint town on Prince Edward Island, we were pleasantly surprised by the quality and quantity of displays that told the story of the ever-evolving regiment from the counties of PEI. Dating from the Northwest Rebellion in 1885 (had never heard...More
Wife and I went here on a rainy day and found the museum to be easy to find in the heart of the waterfront and the city. Great amount of material and information in a small area. I have read a lot about the regiment...More
Very nice for a free museum (donations accepted). Lots of stuff in a small area. There were no staff there when we went, not sure if that is normal, if you had questions you are stuck but otherwise it was very nice.