Points East Coastal Drive
Interpretive Centre, Museum

Greenwich Interpretation Centre

59 Wild Rose Road, Greenwich, PE  C0A 2A0

Greenwich, the easternmost section of Prince Edward Island National Park, offers a blend of natural and cultural heritage. Home to a rare parabolic dune system and the highest sand dunes in the province, Greenwich has ties to thousands of years of human history. Archaeologists have uncovered traces of major cultures that existed on Prince Edward Island over the past 10,000 years, including early Mi’kmaw communities, French and Acadian settlers, and Scottish, Irish, and English immigrants. The Visitor Centre houses exhibits exploring these themes and is currently hosting an exciting exhibit featuring life-sized models of important aquatic species at risk.

Seasonal: June-Sept.
See website for updated dates and hours.
Admission fees apply. Youth 17 years and under admitted free.