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All reviews chowder house nova scotia point prim gift shop is small fee light house take your time pretty drive steep steps last week worth the climb bad knees take home beautiful spot mobility issues main floor local artisans
We loved going to see this lighthouse. They have a nice gift shop that sells all different kinds of things. We picked up two small pieces of stained glass at very reasonable prices. The view from here is great and they have a dorey on...More
This is a beautifully well kept light house with beautiful views. Facility overlooks the water. There is an adjacent beach with Chowder House restaurant at the bottom of the hill. There is a charge to climb lighthouse.
So excited that we got to climb all levels of this light house with our 4 year olds. We enjoyed the history provided to us before the climb and that it was very affordable. The views were breathtaking. A must stop if you visit the...More
bring your camera, the view from here is breathtaking, and it gets better if you take the time to climb up all those steps for a view from the lighthouse. Great gift shoppe also and just a hop skip and jump from one of the...More
My first time visiting this lighthouse and area, what a beautiful place to visit, walk the beach, have something to eat at the restaurant. The tour guide so helpful and kind, she explained everything about the lighthouse and it was all so interesting. We walked...More
We were recommended to visit this on our way to get the ferry back to Nova Scotia from PEI by our B&B host in Charlottetown. Lovely views from the ground and you can walk all the way round this lighthouse on grass surrounding it. Quite...More
I had some time on my last day on PEI, so I decided a drive out to the Point Prim lighthouse would be a perfect way to spend a couple of hours. The site where the lighthouse stands is small, but there’s a great little...More