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If you want to learn a bit about the lives of the fishermen on Prince Edward Island this is a great place to start. The Basin Head Fisheries Museum is a little gem, lots of local charm and effort.
Our hostess as we walked through...More
We went on a free Friday - every Friday in July and August 2017 it is free. I was glad to not have paid as I'm not that interested in fishing. However the exhibits are well done and their new wax figures are incredibly life...More
do not miss the wonderful regional museum which is right at the wonderful singing sands beach we went for the beach and came across the museum very knowledgeable super friendly staff and if you are interested in the sea, local culture, history an absolutely charming...More
What a super collaborative of information and displays! We are not from Eastern Canada, and found that Basin Head Fisheries Museum was a wealth of information regarding historical methods, fishing gears, kinds of fish, and historical events. Surely not to be missed if you love...More
We stopped here during a road trip around the island. It is a small museum with several floors of displays. The focus is on the wildlife and fishing industry of the area. Well done displays that would keep kids interested as well as educating adults....More
While the family was changing, I decided to walk in and check out the museum. The A-frame sign said FREE, but donations welcome... A friendly woman greeted me and answered my questions about some of the wildlife displayed near the entrance... As I proceeded, she...More
This is a very nice museum. There are lots of interesting artifacts and exhibits that explain the PEI fishing industry. We recommend that you accept the offer of a free tour guide as we did. When we finished the museum tour we went to the...More
There are many artifacts here. Some of the displays are a little cheesy but a good effort. I would like more interpretive information to explain what the pieces are and how they were used, stories of fishing history, triumphs, tragedies, evolution of laws and regulations...More