2022 Cadillac XT6
Green Gables Heritage Place
Prince Edward Island National Park
Anne of Green Gables Museum
Province House National Historic Site, Charlottetown
Anne of Green Gables: the Musical at the Charlottetown Festival
Spinnaker’s Landing, Summerside
West Point Lighthouse Inn
Canadian Potato Museum
Stompin’ Tom Centre
East Point Lighthouse
Singing Sands at Basin Head Provincial Park
The Inn at Bay Fortune
Anne of Green Gables has become a beloved figure in our home, just as she is in homes and across generations the world over. From her stubborn and impetuous nature to her wide-eyed faith in hope and kindred spirits, Anne remains relatable to each of us more than a century after Canadian author Lucy Maud Montgomery brought her into being.
We went to Prince Edward Island, along with our two bosom friends, with learning more about Anne’s origins as a cornerstone. But we soon discovered that the Island that’s home to Anne is also a great deal more.
This visit to PEI took place during the summer before Hurricane Fiona hit. Several locations sustained significant damage, most notably the rock arch at MacKenzies Brook in Prince Edward Island National Park, which collapsed from the force of the storm. Tourist destinations are now largely back to normal, but please call ahead to ensure a destination you’re hoping to attend is fully operational before visiting.