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Step back to the past

The information shared from interpretive panels was helpful to grasp an understanding of the... read more

Reviewed 1 week ago
Lori W
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Rising Sun, Maryland
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Great stop for locals and visitors alike.

from signing the indentureship to Mr. Roma and touring the facilities, to the awesome fresh baked... read more

Reviewed 4 weeks ago
James P
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Summerside, Canada
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505 Roma Point Rd, Montague, Prince Edward Island C0A 1R0, Canada
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Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

The information shared from interpretive panels was helpful to grasp an understanding of the settlement history. Connected to Fort Louisbourg time period to connect pieces of our trip. Lots of renovations appear current. The costumed characters offer informative tours as well and stay in character....More

Thank Lori W
Reviewed 4 weeks ago

from signing the indentureship to Mr. Roma and touring the facilities, to the awesome fresh baked bread, baked in the outdoor hearth, Roma is one of the places you got to visit in your PEI travels. Stroll thru the large pioneer garden, or take in...More

Thank James P
Reviewed 19 June 2018

Roma has people in period costume who bake bread the way they did in that time in history. Often halve music and I enjoyed the period garden. If you love history, visit Roma!

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Reviewed 3 October 2017

Attended a wedding here with a group of about 90 - the weather cooperated - the grounds and buildings were all accessible and clean - the staff very helpful. As an added feature there were great areas for the young kids to run and play....More

Thank HenriettandRalph
Reviewed 22 February 2017

This historical part of the island will give more of an understanding of who some of the first people to come to the island were French is spoken here (English too) and there are tours during the day that explain the origins of the people...More

Thank betsy264
Reviewed 29 August 2016

the ultimate family outing--we rent kayaks from Brudenell and kayak over to Roma, pull up on the beach and walk into this historically recreated village.. Even though we were in bathing suits they greeted us and stayed in character--served us an authentic snack and then...More

Thank 888kate
Reviewed 11 August 2016

We had a hearty lunch including bread, beverage and dessert for $15 including taxes, the best deal for lunch. The seafood chowder is the best on the Island....other restaurants could learn from Roma chefs.

Thank Marguerite1943
Reviewed 4 July 2016

This is a fascinating historical site with a story but not a lot to see. There have been some archeological digs revealing some of the history of the place but the original settlement was burned down by the English a decade after it was built....More

Thank SueBC67
Reviewed 25 June 2016

This is a reconstruction of a 17th century pioneer outpost. It is well sign-posted from the highways around Georgetown. There are several log buildings and a pioneer garden. When we visited on June 4th, none of the buildings were open, and the site showed no...More

Thank Paul B
Reviewed 17 March 2016

The Roma Feast occurs once each year in September. It usually features your choice beef or salmon. Both are prepared in their own brick oven and prepared by a guest chef. The meal is presented with the historical French method complete with the Jean Pierre...More

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