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    Ultimate Anne of Green Gables Experience

    Charlottetown, Canadá

    Duración 4 1/4 hs.

    View rolling farmlands, stunning seascapes, tiny villages and bustling harbors along Blue Heron Drive as you get ready to meet Anne of Green Gables and actual descendants of Lucy Maud Montgomery. First stop is Silver Bush and the Anne of Green Gables Museum, here you’ll tour the museum, explore the beautiful grounds with many flower beds and gardens and share some Raspberry cordial with Anne herself!


    Next, it's off to Cavendish, the old farm site that inspired L. M. Montgomery's first novel, Anne of Green Gables, published in 1908. Highlighting some of the finest attractions on Prince Edward Island's breathtaking north shore, this is definitely the ultimate Anne experience.


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    Note: Walking is at your discretion, mostly on uneven ground, grassy inclines, gravel, beaten pathways, uneven terrain, cobblestone, wooden decking. Access to Green Gables main floor is via a wheelchair ramp. The second floor at Green Gables is not wheelchair accessible (15 steps). Color photographs of the second floor rooms are available for those who cannot climb stairs.
    • Adultos desde: $95.00 USD
    • Niños desde: $75.00 USD
    DURACIÓN 4 1/4 hs.
    ACTIVIDAD 1
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    Island Drive & Anne of Green Gables

    Charlottetown, Canadá

    Duración 3 1/2 hs.

    Your tour begins with a ride through Charlottetown, the birthplace of Canada. Sit back and relax, enjoying views as you travel en route to Cavendish, home of the Green Gables Heritage Place, the house that inspired the children’s classic. In fact, it is hard to think of Prince Edward Island without mentioning author Lucy Maud Montgomery, who lived here during the late Victorian era and it was the setting of her novel, Anne of Green Gables. Published in 1908, the tale of a spunky red haired orphan was an instant hit and from that moment on, visitors flocked to Cavendish, leading to the establishment of the national park.


    The homestead immortalized in the book is exceptionally beautiful and fans will get a kick out of exploring the ground they have read so much about. Relatives of the author often offer guided tours and you never know when they will appear to greet guests! You may browse the gift shop for books and souvenirs. You’ll travel through the stunning park to the red sandstone cliffs, set against white capped waves for an incredible photo opportunity .


    Lo que debes saber:

    Note: Walking is at your discretion, mostly on uneven ground, grassy inclines, gravel, beaten pathways, uneven terrain, cobblestone, wooden decking. Access to Green Gables main floor is via wheelchair ramp. The second floor at Green Gables is not wheelchair accessible (15 steps). Color photographs of the second floor rooms are available for those who cannot climb stairs. Tour may operate in reverse.
    • Adultos desde: $85.00 USD
    • Niños desde: $65.00 USD
    DURACIÓN 3 1/2 hs.
    ACTIVIDAD 1
    Idiomas disponibles:
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    Island Drive & Anne of Green Gables (French Language)

    Charlottetown, Canadá

    Duración 3 1/2 hs.

    Your tour begins with a ride through Charlottetown, the birthplace of Canada. Sit back and relax, enjoying views as you travel en route to Cavendish, home of the Green Gables Heritage Place, the house that inspired the children’s classic. In fact, it is hard to think of Prince Edward Island without mentioning author Lucy Maud Montgomery, who lived here during the late Victorian era and it was the setting of her novel, Anne of Green Gables. Published in 1908, the tale of a spunky red haired orphan was an instant hit and from that moment on, visitors flocked to Cavendish, leading to the establishment of the national park.


    The homestead immortalized in the book is exceptionally beautiful and fans will get a kick out of exploring the ground they have read so much about. Relatives of the author often offer guided tours and you never know when they will appear to greet guests! You may browse the gift shop for books and souvenirs. You’ll travel through the stunning park to the red sandstone cliffs, set against white capped waves for an incredible photo opportunity.

    Lo que debes saber:

    Note: This tour is conducted in French. Walking is at your discretion, mostly on uneven ground, grassy inclines, gravel, beaten pathways, uneven terrain, cobblestone, wooden decking. Access to Green Gables main floor is via wheelchair ramp. The second floor at Green Gables is not wheelchair accessible (15 steps). Color photographs of the second floor rooms are available for those who cannot climb stairs. Tour may operate in reverse.
    • Adultos desde: $85.00 USD
    • Niños desde: $75.00 USD
    DURACIÓN 3 1/2 hs.
    ACTIVIDAD 1
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    Anne of Green Gables Highlights

    Charlottetown, Canadá

    Duración 4 hs.

    On this limited capacity tour, you’ll view rolling farmland, stunning seascapes, tiny villages and bustling harbors along the Central Coastal Drive, as you get ready to meet Anne of Green Gables and authentic descendants of Lucy Maud Montgomery. Your first stop is at Silver Bush, the home of the Anne of Green Gables Museum. While here you'll have a chance to tour the museum, explore the beautiful grounds featuring many flower beds and gardens and even share a Raspberry cordial with Anne herself!


    You’ll stop to see the beautiful French River Lookout and next, it's off to Green Gables Heritage Place, the old farm site that inspired Montgomery's first novel, Anne of Green Gables, published in 1908. Here you’ll have some time to explore. Highlighting some of the finest attractions on Prince Edward Island’s breathtaking North Shore, this is the ultimate Anne experience.


    Lo que debes saber:

    Note: Walking is approximately 0.6 mile/1 kilometer, mostly on uneven ground, grassy inclines, gravel, beaten pathways, uneven terrain, cobblestone and wooden decking. Access to Green Gables main floor is via wheelchair ramp. The second floor at Green Gables is not wheelchair accessible (15 steps). Color photographs of the second floor rooms are available for those who cannot climb stairs. Comfortable walking shoes and light jacket recommended
    • Adultos desde: $125.00 USD
    • Niños desde: $125.00 USD
    DURACIÓN 4 horas
    ACTIVIDAD 2
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    Best of PEI

    Charlottetown, Canadá

    Duración 6 3/4 hs.

    Enjoy your day visiting many of the island's most popular attractions. Your start with a drive around Charlottetown, and you’ll be enlightened about the history of this little town that became the "Birthplace of Confederation". Make your way along the Trans-Canada Highway, through towns and villages, to the Confederation Bridge. This marvel of engineering spans the Northumberland Strait connecting Prince Edward Island and New Brunswick. You'll have ample time for picture taking, browsing for souvenirs, or sampling some local treats.


    You’ll continue on to the Anne of Green Gables Museum at Silver Bush where descendants of Lucy Maud Montgomery, author of Anne of Green Gables, await your arrival and invite you to the old family farm. Enjoy a visit with Anne and a light picnic lunch. You’ll also visit the Anne of Green Gables National Historic Site, the house made famous in the stories of Anne. On your return drive enjoy a tour of the Prince Edward Island Preserve Company, along with a sample.


    Lo que debes saber:

    Note: Walking is at guest’s discretion on paved sidewalks, gravel pathways, grassy areas and slight inclines with some steps. Not all buildings are wheelchair accessible.
    • Adultos desde: $149.00 USD
    • Niños desde: $129.00 USD
    DURACIÓN 6 3/4 hs.
    ACTIVIDAD 1
    • Comida
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    Let's Take A Selfie - Charlottetown Prince Edward Island

    Charlottetown, Canadá

    Duración 4 hs.

    Master your photographic skills as you set out on a journey of discovery normally experienced by local residents. With professional photographer and local legend Winston Maund as a guide, you can capture the stunning landscapes and panoramic views that surround Prince Edward Island.


    You will travel along scenic roads, past lighthouses, red cliffs, sandy beaches, and rolling farmlands. Other stops include:
    • Point Prim Lighthouse • Cape Bear • Knox Dam

    Lo que debes saber:

    Note: Please make sure devices are adequately charged. Comfortable walking or hiking shoes are recommended. Tour goes rain or shine so please dress appropriately for the weather.
    • Adultos desde: $229.00 USD
    • Niños desde: $119.00 USD
    DURACIÓN 4 horas
    ACTIVIDAD 2
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    Views of Charlottetown

    Charlottetown, Canadá

    Duration 1 hour

    Settle in for a relaxing drive through Charlottetown, taking in the historical landmarks and getting your bearings so that you may easily explore further on your own.


    After departing from the pier, you will soon arrive in the heart of downtown Charlottetown, which was named in 1763 in honor of Queen Charlotte, the wife of George III. Now the capital of Prince Edward Island, Charlottetown is known as the birthplace of Canada because an historic 1864 conference was held here, which led to the country’s confederation.


    The town is wonderfully atmospheric, as you will see driving along the charming waterfront and through the heritage districts. One of the most historically important residences is Beaconsfield, an elegant 1877 home built for wealthy merchant and shipbuilder James Peake and his wife, Edith. Now a museum, the Victorian home is filled with period furnishings.


    You may also drive past the 1834-built Fanningbank Government House, where the island’s lieutenant governor lives, the Romanesque Revival-style city hall, and All Souls’ Chapel, a sandstone building that has been designated a National Historic Site of Canada. Along the way, the guide will point out the architectural significance of the landmarks and elaborate on the history and development of Charlottetown.


    Toward the end of the driving tour, you will pass through an area filled with art galleries, one-of-a-kind boutiques and eclectic restaurants. Being that this is an introductory tour of Charlottetown, you will have plenty of time afterwards to explore further on your own.


    Lo que debes saber:

    Note: This is a panoramic tour with no walking. Tour is available to wheelchair guests who have a collapsible wheelchair, are able to make their own way on and off the coach/bus and have a companion to assist them. Layered, comfortable clothing is suggested.
    • Adultos desde: $89.00 USD
    • Niños desde: $49.00 USD
    DURACIÓN 1 hora
    ACTIVIDAD 1
    • Recomendado para la familia
    • Accesibilidad limitada
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    Charlottetown Churches Walking Tour

    Charlottetown, Canadá

    Duración 3.5 horas

    Meander through Charlottetown at a leisurely pace, admiring four of its most glorious churches, ranging from the oldest to one said to be haunted by phantom bell ringers.


    After walking from the pier, you will soon arrive in the heart of Charlottetown, home to some of Canada’s most beautiful and historical churches. Your first destination will be Trinity United Church, which opened in 1864, shortly after the convention that led to the country’s confederation. The town’s oldest church in continuous use, Trinity can accommodate 1,000 worshippers and is known for its magnificent stained-glass windows.


    Next, you will visit St. Dunstan’s Basilica, a stone French Gothic-style church that was rebuilt in 1913 following a devastating fire. It’s the fourth church built on this site, all of which were destroyed by fire. Now designated a National Historic Site of Canada, the elaborate church is one of the town’s most visible landmarks, particularly its soaring spires.


    Then, after stopping for pastry at the Rodd Charlottetown Hotel, you will drop by St. James Presbyterian Church. Unlike the stone churches in town, it was features a wooden ceiling and interior columns. Phantom bell ringers supposedly haunt the church, a story that it has been commemorated on stamps.


    Before returning to the pier, you will also see St. Peter’s Anglican Cathedral, which was constructed in 1869. Designed by one of Prince Edward Island’s leading architects at the time, the church is inspiring, as is the attached All Souls Chapel, a National Historic Site.


    Lo que debes saber:

    Note: This tour includes approximately 3 hours of moderate walking/standing. It is available for guests who utilize a wheelchair. Those guests with mobility concerns are cautioned to evaluate their personal level of ability and stamina. Casual, weather-appropriate clothing and comfortable, flat walking shoes are suggested.
    • Adultos desde: $65.00 USD
    • Niños desde: $65.00 USD
    DURACIÓN 3.5 horas
    ACTIVIDAD 2
    • Refrigerio
    • Accesibilidad
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    Savor The Flavor of P.E.I.

    Charlottetown, Canadá

    Duración 3 horas

    Enjoy a sampling of Prince Edward Island’s signature culinary dishes and dessert, including fresh mussels, succulent lobster rolls and ice cream that was voted Canada’s best.


    After walking from the pier, you will soon be in the heart of Charlottetown, a city known as the birthplace of Canada because an historic 1864 conference was held here, which led to the country’s confederation. Charlottetown is also renowned for its fresh seafood and other culinary treats, which you will sample at various locations.


    You will stop for a plate of Prince Edward Island mussels at the Olde Dublin Pub. These succulent, bluish-black bi-valves are grown in the nutrient-rich waters all along the island’s coast. Besides being low in fat, cholesterol and sodium, the mussels are delicious. They are typically steamed and served with melted butter, cocktail sauce or even a curry concoction.


    Next, you will sample the island’s famed lobster rolls at Peake’s Quay, a restaurant on the waterfront. Like mussels, lobster rolls can be prepared in a variety of ways. Peake’s Quay typically tosses chunks of lobster with celery and citrus aioli and serves it on fresh-baked bread.


    For dessert, it’s off to Cow’s Creamery, an ice cream shop with dozens of flavors. You might try a scoop of Moo York Cheesecake, PEI Blueberry or Wowie Cowie, a blend of vanilla ice cream with English toffee, chocolate flakes and Moo Crunch. Cow’s also sells what it calls “udder stuff,” ranging from whimsical beach towels to furry cow slippers.


    Lo que debes saber:

    Note: This tour includes approximately 3 hours of walking. It is not suitable for guests who utilize a wheelchair or scooter, nor those with mobility concerns. Guests are cautioned to evaluate their personal level of ability and stamina. After the final visit to Cow's Ice Cream, guests are welcome to return to the pier on foot with their group or remain in town. Guests who do choose to remain in town are responsible for their own transportation back to the pier. Warm layered, weather-appropriate clothing, sunglasses and flat walking shoes are suggested. Peake's Quay closes for the season in October - During this time both mussels and lobster rolls will be sampled at Olde Dublin Pub.
    • Adultos desde: $119.00 USD
    • Niños desde: $119.00 USD
    DURACIÓN 3 horas
    ACTIVIDAD 2
    • Recomendado para la familia
    • Refrigerio
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    Island Drive & Confederation Bridge

    Charlottetown, Canadá

    Duración 4 hs.

    Discover the rolling hills and pastoral beauty of Prince Edward Island on a scenic drive along the beautiful southern shoreline of Canada’s smallest and greenest province. Start with the highlights of Charlottetown and then travel, through the heart of the south shore famous for its rolling hills, red cliffs and winding rivers. Learn about the history of Confederation Bridge, one the world’s longest multi-span structures that link the province with mainland Canada. There will be incredible photo opportunities of the bridge, after your crossing during your stop at the Cape Jourimain Interpretive Centre.


    After travelling back across the Confederation Bridge, enjoy some free time to explore Gateway Village to do some shopping, grab a bite to eat, or simply take in the views. On the return route to your ship, enjoy the sights - acres of potato fields, lush woods and some of the most beautiful golf courses in the world.


    Lo que debes saber:

    Note: Bridge crossing subject to weather conditions. Walking during this program is at the discretion of guests. This program is available to guests utilizing a manual, collapsible wheelchair and are able to make their own way on and off the tour vehicle. Not all areas are accessible.
    • Adultos desde: $75.00 USD
    • Niños desde: $65.00 USD
    DURACIÓN 4 horas
    ACTIVIDAD 1
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    Sip Your Way Through Spirits & Ale

    Charlottetown, Canadá

    Duración 4 horas

    Sample a variety of award-winning craft beers, wines and spirits produced on Prince Edward Island using local ingredients that reflect the region’s unique growing conditions.


    After departing from the pier, you will soon arrive at the Prince Edward Island Brewing Company, a craft beer manufacturer that brews a variety of products with local ingredients. Following an enlightening tour of the brewery, you will enjoy a selection of the company’s award-winning beers.


    You may be served a golden Sir John A’s honey wheat ale with a citrusy body, a full-bodied Sydney Street premium stout with roasted barley overtones, or a sweet blueberry ale made with wild Atlantic Canadian berries. PEI Brewing also produces several seasonal craft beers that may be on the menu, all of them with distinctive tastes and presented in a light-hearted atmosphere that pays off the company tagline: “Dream Big. Work Hard. Have a Beer.”


    Continuing on, you will drive to the Matos Winery & Distillery, a family-owned business in the hilly countryside not far from Charlottetown. The 10 acres of grapevines are gamay noir and chardonnay imported from France, and the resulting small-production wines are spectacular and award winning.


    The exact wines will be chosen upon your arrival and may include a dry chardonnay with a scent of apples and melons. The gamay noir is typically light-bodied with aromas of cherries and red currants. Unlike many wineries, Matos also produces spirits and liqueurs such as anisette that you may sample before returning to the pier.


    Lo que debes saber:

    Note: This tour includes approximately 4 hours of walking and/or standing. It is available to guests who utilize a collapsible wheelchair, are able to both make their way on and off the coach and have a companion to assist them. However, guests may be limited at the winery due to grassy terrain. Those guests with mobility concerns are cautioned to evaluate their personal level of ability and stamina. Tour is open to guests of all ages, but must be 21 years of age or older to partake in alcohol samples - photo ID may be required. Casual, layered, weather-appropriate clothing, sunglasses and flat walking shoes are suggested.
    • Adultos desde: $199.00 USD
    • Niños desde: $199.00 USD
    DURACIÓN 4 horas
    ACTIVIDAD 2
    • Edad
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    Charlottetown Stroll

    Charlottetown, Canadá

    Duración 1 1/2 hs.

    Join a local guide and take a historic stroll through the downtown Charlottetown area. Discover street after street of beautiful historic Victorian era homes and experience Canadian heritage. Discover beautiful churches and quaint shops as you stroll the cobblestone streets, learning about the famous Conference of 1864, which gave the city its designation as the birthplace of Canada.


    Lo que debes saber:

    Note: Participants must be at least 12 years of age and should be in good physical condition. Tour is conducted on foot for about one hour of walking a distance of approximately 3/4 mile. Walking is on sidewalks, pavement, concrete, grassy inclines, wooden decking and some steps. This program is not suitable for guests utilizing a wheelchair, nor those with mobility concerns.
    • Adultos desde: $35.00 USD
    • Niños desde: $25.00 USD
    DURACIÓN 1 1/2 hs.
    ACTIVIDAD 2
    • Edad

Please note: The information in this document was current at time of printing. Tour descriptions and prices vary by ship and sailing date and are subject to change without notice. Log into My NCL for the applicable information specific to your cruise.

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