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Local Artisans

The shops we went in sold a lot of local artisan products. The lady that makes the glass bead... read more

Reviewed 2 days ago
Jen D

Fun, interesting and very entertaining. We take a walk here when in town. Lots of shopping and... read more

Reviewed 3 days ago
Shelly M
Ontario, Canada
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136 Richmond St, Charlottetown, Prince Edward Island C1A 1H9, Canada
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All reviewslive musicpicnic tablesrestaurants and shopspedestrian streetplay checkersbeautiful streetno cars allowedcute shopsoutdoor seatinglots of great restaurantswarm summer eveningclosed offvehicular trafficconfederation centernice strolldowntown charlottetownlocal artists
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Reviewed yesterday via mobile

Was disappointed to see how tiny this street is. After hearing a lot about it, thought it would be more filled with shops and restaurants. It wasn’t even a whole street long. Was cute to look at though.

Thank greatjob7689
Reviewed 2 days ago

The shops we went in sold a lot of local artisan products. The lady that makes the glass bead jewelry explained to the kids how she makes them. The woman in the sweater shop explained to the kids what each of the weavers were doing...More

Thank Jen D
Reviewed 3 days ago

Fun, interesting and very entertaining. We take a walk here when in town. Lots of shopping and food/ drink nearby.

Thank Shelly M
Reviewed 3 days ago

Victoria Row is turned into a pedestrian only zone in the summer. Pretty yellow lights line the street, glowing at night. Live jazz bands often play in the stand, free concerts, with a tip hat or guitar case in front of them. Lots of restaurant...More

1  Thank D A
Reviewed 1 week ago

Victoria Row adjacent or behind the Confederation Centre runs between Great George Street and Queen Street in downtown Charlottetown. It is closed to vehicular traffic, making a great pedestrian-friendly space. There are countless restaurants of every variety and numerous shops to check out. During the...More

Thank GlenMcKenzie1
Reviewed 1 week ago

Definitely walk along this road if you are venturing about Charlottetown. There isn't much to do, although the Confederation Center is by here, though. Lots of shops and restaurants.

Thank MommyTess
Reviewed 1 week ago

Cool, fresh air; lots of shops; friendly people all around. Victoria Row was a delightful place to shop and learn about local history. We loved the specialty shop with all the Anne of Green Gables items. There was also a candy shop; theater across the...More

2  Thank Patricia_Travels7
Reviewed 2 weeks ago via mobile

Victoria Row is a beautiful spot in the summer time. Great place to walk by and listen to some live music and also some great restaurants all along that area! I definitely would suggest trying John Browns they have amazing food and great service!!!

Thank Nadine D
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

In that small little street is all overpriced restaurants, small shops selling ugly souvenirs for tourists. You don't miss much if you don't go

Thank Bambooscent
Reviewed 2 weeks ago via mobile

Stopped and visited all the shops that were open, some nice tourists shops with interesting souvenirs, bought a few gifts for home. Nice bars and restaurants too. Well worth a visit.

Thank Liz H
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Rosie S
September 23, 2015|
Response from Cindy E | Reviewed this property |
In 2016 it closed to traffic May 14th. I'm not sure the exact date it will open to traffic in the fall but we've been there as late as September 25th and it was still pedestrian only.
Roberta W W
August 30, 2015|
Response from Ross M | Reviewed this property |
I have had a lot of great mussels all over PEI, but my favourites have been at places with great food and especially genuine atmosphere--i.e. restaurants not owned by a corporate chain. Victoria row is one of my favourite... More