Charlottetown, Prince Edward Island, Canada
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Approximately 3 Hours
Meals not included
Considered the "Birthplace of Canada," the island’s capital is known for its charming and historical churches. Meander through Charlottetown at a leisurely pace and admire four of its most renowned churches (including one believed to be haunted!). First on the agenda is St. Dunstan’s Basilica, a National Historic Site of Canada whose soaring spires are recognized as Charlottetown’s most visible landmarks. Then you’ll drop by St. James Presbyterian Church, locallly known at The Kirk, where three ghostly women ring the church bells, a 19th century legend that’s been commemorated on stamps. St. Peter's Anglican Cathedral is just down the street from the Kirk. Designated as a High Anglican church, it features a unique Rood Screen and Chancel not seen in many churches. Before returning back to the pier, you’ll see All Souls Chapel, a National Historic Site built of Prince Edward Island rust-red sandstone, featuring religious paintings by renowned island artist Robert Harris.