The provincial collection includes a range of artifacts that are representative of the human and natural heritage of Prince Edward Island.
The PEI Museum and Heritage Foundation is excited to launch its Online Collections - an assortment of digital collections and content that highlight specific themes within our collection. We hope that Islanders and people from around the world enjoy exploring these aspects of the PEI Museum and Heritage Foundation’s collection. This will be an ongoing project so be sure to check in to see what new artifacts are available to view. For our latest additions, look for the drop down menu under the main Collections tab to the left.
Each week we will be spotlighting a new artifact from the collection. To view the entire album and read information about each object, click on the image and go to our Flickr account.
The Island Imagined
An online collection of historic maps of Prince Edward Island that features atlases, books, images and documents from the Public Archives and Records Office, PEI Museum and Heritage Foundation and the UPEI Robertson Library. Visit islandimagined.ca
This spearpoint (pictured right) is the oldest human-made object ever discovered in Prince Edward Island.
The PEI Museum and Heritage Foundation now holds this stone spear point believed to be more than 11,000 years old. It was discovered by the late Aage Sorensen in the 1930s while digging potatoes in Tryon.
Collections of Government and Community Partners
Take an online tour of Prince Edward Island's rich history thanks to our partners.