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Basin Head Fisheries Museum

Situated on the bluff overlooking the Northumberland Strait, Basin Head Fisheries Museum tells the story of PEI’s historic inshore fishery with all new displays and exhibits that will take you back in time. Visit the Cannery for a glimse at what the fishing industry really looked like!

While at Basin Head, wander the boardwalk and stroll along the magnificent white “singing” sands.  Discover Sun, Sand and Suf, the large museum gift shop, right on the boardwalk. Also located on site is The Scoop for icecream treats and cold drinks and there are beach services and a children's play village.


 

Hours of Operation

  

Closing September 21st, 2018                   

June

Monday - Friday
9:30am - 5:00 pm

July and August

Daily 
9:30am - 5:00 pm

September

Monday to Friday 
9:30am - 5:00 pm


Admission 



Seniors receive a 10% discount off regular adult admission

Adults $4.00

Students  $3.50

Pre-schoolers are free

Family (including 2 adults and 2 children)  $11.50

School tours $3.00 per student

Group tours (of 20 or more people) $3.50 per person
 
Prices do not include HST of 15%

Events and Exhibits

Visit our Events and Exhibits page

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Contact Information

Phone: (902) 357-7233

Off Season Phone: (902) 368-6600

Fax: (902) 357-7232

Email:
basin_head@gov.pe.ca

Location

336 Basin Head Road, Souris PE

GPS N46 22.734 W-062 6.594

Get driving directions


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