Things to do in Prince Edward Island with kids
You couldn’t get more charming if you tried! Prince Edward Island – or PEI as it’s affectionately known – is a beautiful, sweet and idyllic province to visit with the kids.
Spend the day on beautiful sandy beaches, and play in the clear ocean water. Visit historic with places like Wyatt Historic House Museum, where you begin your journey in the 19th century! You can even explore where literature comes to life at Avonlea Village! (Bonus points for spotting Anne in her Green Gables!)
Need a challenge? PEI is full of fun challenges, like Belfast Corn Maze! How long will it take you to get out!?
Think PEI is all calm though? Think again! With Sandpit Cavendish Beach you can check out the views from the top of the very awesome roller coaster! Maybe you want to take the plunge at Shining Water? (They also have a very sweet farm too!)
PEI really is your own private playground! It’s a beautiful part of Canada and incredibly family friendly. Don’t forget to try the ice-cream!
Visit the LARGEST amusement park on Prince Edward Island, with go karts, bumper boats, family rides and a thrilling roller coaster!
Make a splash on Prince Edward Island with over 40 wet and dry attractions, over 6 themed areas, with other classic rides and even animals!
The Confederation Centre is open year-round and showcases the best in the Canadian visual and performing arts. It houses several theatres, an art gallery, Mavors Bistro and a gift shop.
Wyatt Historic House animates the heirlooms and stories of the prominent Wyatt family. Begin in the 1890s and exit the authentic 1950's kitchen. Check for special themed tours offered to stir the soul. Off-season by appointment.
Great indoor play for kids on Prince Edward Island, with inflatables, soft play, and birthday parties!
Prince Edward Island National Park of Canada is home to sand dunes, barrier islands and sandspits, beaches, sandstone cliffs, wetlands and forests.
Excellent example of Victorial life. The shipbuilding musuem at Green Park does a good job in explaining the trade.
A replica of Avonlea - the town in the popular book of "Anne of Green Gables", featuring authentic historic buildings!