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1745 New Englanders detached from the siege of Louisburg raid and burn Pierre Roma's fishing and trading settlement at Three Rivers (Brudenell Point). It is the last blow for Roma's struggling colony, established only 13 years earlier. For good measure, the raiders also burn Port La Joye.
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Elmira Railway Museum

For many years Elmira Station served as the end of the line for Prince Edward Island's railway. Today, displays of photographs, maps and artifacts, a recreated station master's office and ladies' waiting room recount the fascinating story of railroading on the Island.

Take a ride on our miniature railway. See the speeders and our trolley too.

Hike or bike along the scenic Confederation Trail through nearby woodlots and farmland converted from abandoned railway lines a number of years ago.

 

Hours of Operation 

 

June

Monday to Friday from 9:30am to 4:30pm


July and August

Open Daily from 9:30 am to 4:30pm  
 

September

Monday to Friday from 9:30am to 4:30pm

Admission and Rates

  • Adult: $5.00  
  • Seniors: $4.50
  • Family: $14.00 (two adults and two children)
  • Students: $4.00
  • Preschoolers free
  • Group and school rates available
  • Free admission to the museum Sunday 9:30 am -12:00 pm
PEI Museum and Heritage Passport


*Prices do not include HST of 15%

 

Miniature Train Ride Rates

(operates in July and August only)
  • Adults $6.00
  • Child or student $4.00
  • Family $15.00

Events and Exhibits

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Contact Information

Phone: (902)357-7234

Fax: (902) 357-3077

Off Season Phone - (902)368-6600

Email elmira@gov.pe.ca

Location

457 Elmira Road, Elmira RR 1, PE C0A1K0

GPS N46 26.336 W-062 3.952

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