Activities and Attractions
in the Charlottetown Area
BNAPEX 2013 Charlottetown
30-31 August - 1 September, 2013
Charlottetown Rodd Royalty Hotel
is a flourishing community of over
34,562 people located on the south shore of Prince Edward Island. Charlottetown
is the capital city of Prince Edward Island, and is called the "Birthplace of
Confederation" after the historic 1864 Charlottetown Conference which led to
Attractions and things to do in the
1. Scenic coastal drives abound - more
than fifty lighthouses, many fishing villages, and there are
miles of sandy beaches. Because of the Gulf Stream, the water can be
warm in late summer. Maybe you'd like a round of golf.
2. The stage adaptation of
L.M. Montgomery's well-loved first novel Anne of Green Gables - 2013
The Musical™ is an annual production at the Confederation
Centre Mainstage. Also, Green Gables Heritage Place, Avonlea
Village and the Montgomery's Homestead.
3. From July 1, 2013 through
August 30, 2013, history comes alive when you tour Charlottetown's
historic district with the Confederation Players, a troupe of
costumed, young, bilingual Canadians, trained as living Fathers and
Ladies of Confederation. Join the Players for a guided walking tour
or attend their historic vignette outside Province House - the site
of the 1864 Charlottetown Conference.
4. Fall Flavours 2013 in
September, 2013. Amazing PEI food, outstanding venues and an
unbelievable group of talented chefs.
5. Shopping: The convention
hotel is across the road from one of Charlottetown's main shopping malls.
Downtown shops are only a few minutes away.
6. PEI also is a major gateway
to the Îles de la Madeleine.
7. Remember that other maritime
destinations are within easy driving distance. Places such as Cape Breton
with the Cabot Trail, Louisbourg, Baddeck with early flights, Halifax,
Lunenburg and the Bluenose, Moncton and the Tidal Bore and Magnetic Hill
and much more.