Travel back in time to the 1860s at Green Park Shipbuilding Museum and Historic Yeo House! Visit the Green Park Museum to experience the story of Prince Edward Island's fabled shipbuilding industry. Then stroll over to Historic Yeo House for a narrative tour of a beautifully restored - and reportedly haunted - Victorian home. You can also have a peek at our historic schoolhouse and blacksmith shop and learn about 19th-century crafts. Be sure to save time for a stroll around the garden and grounds - and bring a picnic!
Hours of Operation
June: Monday to Friday: 10:00 am - 4:00 pm
July and August: Monday to Saturday 10:00 am - 4:00 pm
Prices do not include tax.
The Haunting of Yeo House - Ghost Tour
The Haunting of Yeo House invites guests to peer beyond the veil and the exhibition ropes. Many eerie legends and lore surround this Victorian-era home, and while on tour, you will be guided by staff who have experienced the hauntings first-hand. You'll be peering over your shoulder as you hear tales of the home's more wicked history, learn about Victorian mourning beliefs, and meet the Foundation's most notorious haunted artifact - Wheelie.
June: 28, 29, 30 from 4:15 pm - 5:30 pm
July 2 to August 27: Tuesday to Saturday from 4:15 pm - 5:30 pm (No tours on August 5th and 6th)
An exciting new partnership between the Green Park Shipbuilding Museum and Yeo House and the Tyne Valley Teas Café!
Does communing with the spirits make you thirsty for a nice cup of tea? Does eating tiny sandwiches make you long to peer through the veil into ages past? Then this is the partnership you’ve been waiting for!
This summer, experience Green Park Museum’s eerie ghost tour, The Haunting of Yeo House, as part of a new package deal, Tea and Spirits. First head to Tyne Valley Teas Café for a charming afternoon tea the Victorians would most certainly approve of and stay for a tea leaf reading that delves into the mysteries of the future. Then travel ten minutes up the road and a hundred and sixty years into the past and go on the ghost tour of the Yeo House, where you’ll learn about the museum’s legendary haunting and the history behind it.
Tickets for the full afternoon experience are $65, available soon on Eventbrite! And keep an eye out for more exciting collaborations later in the summer!