Charlottetown Places

TripWhat's travel guide to Charlottetown; our list of the best things to see, including Cows, bestofpei Store and St. Dunstan's Basilica.
  • Canada’s most popular spot for ice cream! A trip to Cows is unlike any other ice cream experience. The smell of fresh made waffle cones will lure you in through the door, but you will stay for the apparel! Cows not only offers a bounty of creatively named (and delicious) ice cream flavors like “Gooey Mooey” or “Wowie Cowie”, but the store sells t-shirts for women, men, and children that are humorous parodies of pop culture, such as “Cowy Potter and the Udder of the Phoenix.”
  • bestofpei Store

    156 Richmond St., Charlottetown
    9AM-9PM, seven days a week, open year round. Carries a host of works by more than 250 of PEI's finest artisans. Continues to seek out talented Island artists, musicians, craftspeople, and specialty chefs who offer authentic Island excellence in their work.
  • St. Dunstan's Basilica

    45 Great George St
    Tourists welcomed between services.
    restaurants nearby
  • Water Prince Corner Shop

    Water Prince Corner Shop

    141 Water Street
    Offers simple but well prepared seafood meals at exceptional prices. Start with an order of fresh Malpeque oysters, and then have a lobster roll, some lightly battered fish and chips, or even a 2 lb. steamed lobster.
  • St. James Gate Pub

    St. James Gate Pub

    129 Kent Street
    Charlottetown's Best Pub
  • Mavor's Restaurant & Bar

    Mavor's Restaurant & Bar

    145 Richmond St.
    Live music, live theatre, live comedy! This fall and winter, the best entertainment on PEI is live at Confederation Centre of the Arts. www.liveatthecentre.com
  • Cows Ice Cream

    Cows Ice Cream

    150 Peakes Quay
    Visit us online at www.cows.ca and on twitter @cowsicecream
  • Province House

    Province House

    1726 Hollis St
    Province House is where the Prince Edward Island Legislature, known as the Legislative Assembly of Prince Edward Island, has met since 1847. The building is located at the intersection of Richmond and Great George Streets in Charlottetown; it is Canada's second-oldest seat of government.
    eat nearby
  • Gahan House Pub Brewery & Mercantile‎

    Gahan House Pub Brewery & Mercantile‎

    126 Sydney Street
  • Redwater Rustic Grille

    Redwater Rustic Grille

    123 Grafton Street
    A Chef and Sommelier driven, unpretentious casual fine dining experience paired with an award winning wine program.
  • The Pilot House

    70 Grafton St.
  • Churchill Arms

    Churchill Arms

    75 Queen Street
  • Cedar's Eatery‎

    81 University Ave
  • Casa Mia Café

    Casa Mia Café

    131 Queen Street
    Casa Mia Café is a restaurant in downtown Charlottetown, Prince Edward Island serving coffee, tea, breakfast, lunch and desserts 7 days a week.
  • Ta-Ke Sushi

    92 Queen St
  • Lot 30

    Lot 30

    151 Kent Street
  • Merchantman Pub‎

    Merchantman Pub‎

    23 Queen St
  • Phinley's Diner & Dairy Bar

    Stratford, PE
  • Famous Peppers Pizzeria

    202 Kent St
  • Hunter's Ale House

    Hunter's Ale House

    185 Kent St.
  • Sirenella Ristorante‎

    83 Water St
  • Mr Sushi Inc

    Mr Sushi Inc

    32 University Ave
  • Sims Steakhouse & Oyster Bar

    86 Queen St
  • Maple Grille‎

    Maple Grille‎

    67 University Ave
    THE MAPLE GRILLE
  • Cora's

    123 Queen St.
  • Brit's fish and chips

    41 university ave
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EDIT THIS ITINERARY Our list of places in Charlottetown uses some content from Wikipedia and Wikivoyage.