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Hannah's Bottle Village

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Belfast, Prince Edward Island C0A 1A0, Canada
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This one has not made the travel books....maybe because it does not come with an admission charge... read more

Reviewed 12 October 2017
gold-vintner
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Indianapolis, Indiana
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A friend told us about these bottle houses and we were delighted to see them! Each is a unique... read more

Reviewed 31 August 2017
Sandal Jim K
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Belfast, Prince Edward Island C0A 1A0, Canada
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Reviewed 12 October 2017

This one has not made the travel books....maybe because it does not come with an admission charge. We happened upon it on our way to Point Prim lighthouse. There are a number of "buildings" each with a different "theme" located behind a residence. Plenty of...More

Thank gold-vintner
Reviewed 31 August 2017

A friend told us about these bottle houses and we were delighted to see them! Each is a unique structure, dedicated to honor a grandchild or someone the builder wanted to recognize. Each story is special. The bottle houses are located in a very picturesque...More

Thank Sandal Jim K
Reviewed 17 August 2017 via mobile

We stop for the kid but enjoy it, not much to hanging around but it for a cause an it's impressive how many bottles they've use friendly place

Thank chisasibi
Reviewed 11 August 2017

We were driving to see Point Prim Lighthouse and zoomed past the sign that said "bottle village" I knew there was one on the Island but thought it was in a very different part of the Island (there is in Cap-Egmont) but after visiting the...More

Thank Davidtisme
Reviewed 4 August 2017

While touring around, we made a wrong turn and stumbled upon this glass house village. It is stunningly beautiful; the scenery, the houses of glass! Was blown away. LOVE that admission is by donation to the IWK.

Thank Kym M
Reviewed 3 August 2017

This is on the road when you are going to the light house (on the right side) . . . . . . there is a sign but you need to watch for it. There is a driveway that goes around a house and these...More

Thank cmondaro
Reviewed 21 July 2017

It was a bit of a jog to find this place but worth it! A fascinating village created out of colourful bottles. A serious insane amount of work went into building it. Admission is by donation. If you get lost finding it, ask a local....More

Thank S E
Reviewed 20 June 2017 via mobile

The ferry terminal guide recommended this stop on the way into Charlottetown. The handmade bottle houses raise money for the IWK - the regional children's hospital. View at your own pace, great pictures and lots of old interesting bottles. Admission by donation.

Thank Debora S
Reviewed 10 March 2017

Highly recommend this very creative, spectacular & photogenic hidden treasure! Instead of charging admission, donations are collected and proceeds are donated toward the IWK Children's Hospital to help fund lifesaving research and purchase hospital equipment. Hannah's Bottle Village is located in Point Prim, Prince Edward...More

Thank jaysimm0ns
Reviewed 11 October 2016 via mobile

I was looking forward to seeing this novel creative village and was not disappointed. We were visiting from a cruise ship and rented a car. The day we visited was very windy and cold and dreary but we enjoyed our photo stop. Thanks for sharing...More

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