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Named the "Birthplace of Confederation", Charlottetown, is the capital city of Prince Edward Island. It was here that the historic 1864 conference was held that led to the Confederation. Soaked in a rich history, the city sits on a stunning waterfront location. Named after the wife of King George III, it is the smallest provincial capital in the country. Despite this fact, it is probably the most significant city as being the venue for the unification of Canada. From gorging on lobsters to harness racing or seal watching, you may have to put your laptop away for a moment or two. A quiet rural town with a Victorian era feel, it is laid back and the perfect place to put on the walking shoes and do a bit of a shuffle around the town.
Covering an entire city block, the modern Confederation Center of the Arts houses an art gallery, provincial library, a museum and a restaurant. Most theater events during the annual Charlottetown Festival are held at this venue. The art gallery displays works by modern Canadian artists, as well as a permanent exhibition of Charlottetown's own Robert Harris, from the turn of the century. The parliamentary rooms of the Province House, a 3-story sandstone building from the mid 1800s, are open to the public if you wish to visit this hallowed site. The Confederation Chamber is full of historical documents and photographs for the curious to have a geek at. The Neo-Gothic Dunstan's Basilica with its rose window and Italian carved altar is the seat of the province's Roman Catholic diocese. Built in the 19th Century it is the largest building of its kind in eastern Canada.
Keep your little feet in your walking shoes and meander around Richmond and Kent Streets where you will find streets swathed in gabled houses and manicured gardens. The elegant Beaconsfield Historic House with its mansard roof, dome and mustard yellow walls, is a superb example of Victorian architecture. It actually houses the Prince Edward Island Museum and Heritage Foundation bookshop where you can grab some reading material on the island's history. There is Government House in Victoria Park or the Prince Edward Battery sitting in the harbor.
When the historical buildings get too much, take a stroll along the waterfront boardwalk. There are numerous cute cafes to stop and rest your feet at along the way.
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