Ten Things To See And Do In Georgetown

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    Dig for giants

    Tranquility Cove Adventures will whisk you away to a deserted island off the coast of Prince Edward Island to dig for giant clams (Captain Gotell will provide all the gear you need). After the digging is done, you’ll head to shore to taste your catch and do a bit of beach combing. Don’t forget your camera!

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    Eat your fill

    Good luck choosing which of Georgetown’s dining establishments to choose from! Will it be fresh seafood on the deck at Clamdiggers Beach House, an elegant meal at the Georgetown Historic Inn, an elevated home cooked meal at Eden’s Gate, or a good old fashioned burger at Daryl’s? You won’t stay hungry in this town, that’s for sure.

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    Meet a jeweler

    Visit Shoreline Designs, a little shop by the sea where jeweler Peter Llewellyn creates his mas-terpieces with hand-picked sea glass, smoothed and sculpted by the ocean's tides and sand. The glass is blended with fine silver, resulting in one-of-a-kind necklaces, rings, earrings, and bracelets. Leave yourself time to listen to Peter’s colourful stories about the area.

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    See the haunted theatre

    Visit one of the longest running theatres in Canada! The King's Playhouse has been entertaining guests for over 114 years. See if there’s a play, concert, or community event happening while you’re in town. Don’t forget to ask about the rumored haunting of the theatre.

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    Stroll through the gardens

    Explore the sprawling A.A. MacDonald Gardens with its giant ship’s wheel and water fountain. Admire the blooms while you sit with a picnic lunch from one of the town’s many eating estab-lishments, or simply sit and dream about the day when you can return, perhaps for a longer stay.

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    Your stomach and eyes will be treated at a stop to the Maroon Pig & Art Gallery. Enjoy the ex-ceptional collection of original art, each piece created by award-winning artist Richard Toms. And in the on-site lunch counter and bakery, his wife, Stacy, will have some homemade treats for you to sample. Caramels, sticky buns, artisan breads, and more!

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    Soak up some history

    Follow town historian Therese Mair on a tour of the Mair Museum. Learn about artifacts dating back to the late 1800s. Listen to stories of her family in the rustic ambiance. Let your mind drift to the days when rum running and ship building were the norm of every day life.

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    Kick up your heels

    Experience one of the greatest Prince Edward Island traditions, at a Tuesday night celidh! The fiddle music will lift you off your feet, so why not take part in a square dance? After you’ve danced up an appetite, snack on homemade treats baked by local ladies. Biscuits and jam with a cup of tea will make the evening complete.

  • Top Tee Off in Prince Edward Island

    Tee off

    One of Prince Edward Island’s finest golf courses is located next to the Brudenell River, so if you're an avid golfer, tee off at Dundarave! Golf Digest recently said this course is “Outstanding, plan your next vacation around it.” It’s also been rated one of the Top 6 Best Golf Resorts in Canada by SCORE Golf Magazine!

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    Find a unique Island treasure for everyone on your Christmas list at Kent Street Plaza, Georgetown’s shopping mall. Browse for gifts at five charming shops, all in a single location. Local art, artisan soaps, fine jewelry, and more.

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