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1778 The first sentence of death ever pronounced in the colony condemns servant Elizabeth Mukely for stealing 7.7s from her master, Gideon Ticeborn. She is pardoned when no one will consent to act as hangman.
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Orwell Corner Historic Village

Surround yourself with the mood, charm and activities of a small Prince Edward Island agricultural crossroads in the 1890s.

Engage in the daily programming, specially chosen to keep children happy, while learning and having tons of fun with the animals. Drop by the general store and the PEI Agricultural Heritage Museum. Visit the working blacksmith shop, stroll through the gardens and have a picnic outside the old schoolhouse or by a scenic look-off to the beautiful Orwell Bay.

Hours of Operation

July and August
Daily 8:30am to 4:30pm

June, September & October 
Monday to Friday: 8:30am to 4:30pm

Orwell Corner will be closing to the public on October 18th but will be staying open for school groups until November 1st for the 2019 season. 


  • Adults: $8.96
  • Student (6 to 8 years old): $4.50
  • 5 and under: Free
  • Seniors: $8.04
  • Family (2 adults, 2 kids): $25.00
  • School Tours (teachers, chaperones, bus drivers free): $4.38
  • Non-profit: $4.82
*Prices DO NOT include HST

Events and Exhibits

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Contact Information

Phone: 902 651-8515
Fax: 902 651-8523
Off Season Phone: (902) 368-6600 weekdays
Orwell Corner Community Hall: (902) 651-8511


Orwell Corner (east of Charlottetown)
GPS N46 9.48 W-062 50.106

Get driving directions


Orwell Corner Commuity Hall

Open 9:30 to 4:30 daily during summer

Anna's Tea Room Menu - All prices include tax
  • Chicken Sal ad Sandwich - 5.75
  • Soup of the Day - 5.75
  • Grilled Cheese Sandwich - 3.50
  • 2 Hot Dogs - 3.50
  • Biscuits - 1.50
  • Scone or Cinnamon Roll - 2.00
  • Ice Cream (with or without, strawberry sauce) - 2.50
  • Coffee, Tea or Lemonade - 1.25