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1852 Frederick Gisborne lays the first submarine telegraph cable in North America between Cape Tormentine, N.B., and Carleton Head, P.E.I. It is a dress rehearsal for a much grander project: a Trans-Atlantic cable.
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Elmira Railway Museum

For many years Elmira Station served as the end of the line for Prince Edward Island's railway. Today, displays of photographs, maps and artifacts, a recreated station master's office and ladies' waiting room recount the fascinating story of railroading on the Island.

Take a ride on our miniature railway. See the speeders and our trolley too.

Hike or bike along the scenic Confederation Trail through nearby woodlots and farmland converted from abandoned railway lines a number of years ago.


Hours

June

Monday to Friday from 9:30am to 5:00pm


July and August

Open Daily from 9:30 am to 5:00 pm 

 

September

Monday to Friday from 9:30am to 5:00pm


Admission and Rates

Prices do not include HST and seniors receive a 10% discount


Adult admission

  • Adult  $5.00  
  • Family $14.00 (two adults and two children)
  • Students $4.00
  • Preschoolers free
  • Group and school rates available

 

 

 

Miniature Train Ride Rates
(Operates in July and August only)

  • Adults $6.00
    PEI Museum and Heritage Passport
  • Child or student $4.00
  • Family $15.00

Events and Exhibits

Visit our Events and Exhibits page








Contact Information

Phone: (902)357-7234

Fax: (902) 357-3077

Off Season Phone - (902)368-6600

Email elmira@gov.pe.ca

Location

457 Elmira Road, Elmira RR 1, PE C0A1K0

GPS N46 26.336 W-062 3.952

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