- Our list of the best things to do in Belfast, Prince Edward Island, features the top 16 nearby activities — including 9 great attractions with user approval ratings of 90% or more!
- Belfast, Prince Edward Island has a variety of great sights and experiences nearby. Top categories include: Sights & Landmarks, Museums & Galleries, Sports & Fitness, and Tours.
- The results below include the top 3 things to do within the city of Belfast, Prince Edward Island , followed by 13 popular activities in nearby cities, including Charlottetown, Lakeside, Cavendish and Fairview
89% 176 votes
81 Victoria Street West, Kensington, Prince Edward Island MoreLess Info
The Haunted Mansion is a "family scream park" that once featured a hotel with guests that were never heard from again. The location also offers special "nights of fear" during the Halloween season.
83% 6 votes
86 Victoria Street West, Kensington, Prince Edward Island MoreLess Info
The Kensington Veterans Memorial Military Museum hosts a variety of artifacts related to Canada's role in World War I, World War II, and the Korean War. The location is open from July to September, although guests can schedule special visits in November.
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RR #2, Kensington, Prince Edward Island MoreLess Info
At Red Isle Harbour Tours - Private Tours, guests will be taken by Cavendish Beach, Cape Tyron Lighthouse, and New London Bay. The host, a fourth-generation fisherman, offers tours during the mornings, afternoons, and evenings.
67% 3 votes
59B Broadway St N, Kensington, Prince Edward Island MoreLess Info
The Art Gallery of Anne Gallant features the work of an artist from the Prince Edward Island area. The location also offers art classes to individuals who are looking to hone their creative skills.
56% 36 votes
1077 Rte 234 | PO Box 860, Kensington, Prince Edward Island MoreLess Info
Visitors of the Burlington Amusement Park will be able to enjoy go-karts, batting cages, bumper cars, and bumper boats. The location also hosts group events, including bachelor parties and family reunions.
Owned by the Canadian Coast Guard and located in Cape Tormentine, the Indian Point Range Lighthouse was built in 1869. Although no longer operational, the lighthouse grounds are open for your viewing pleasure.
The undeveloped land of Cape Jourimain Nature Centre includes beaches, trails, and beautiful scenery along the maritime coast. The centre has views of Confederation Bridge. An observation tower and lighthouse are also within the property, as well as educational exhibits.
65% 17 votes
457 Elmira Road | Rte 16A, Elmira, Prince Edward Island MoreLess Info
Educating visitors about the history of the local railway, Elmira Railway Museum has exhibits that include model trains. There is a miniature railroad with train rides that travel through the wooded areas around the museum. Old railroad tracks branching off from the building have been made in to a bike path.
60% 5 votes
472 Beaver Mountain Road | James River, Antigonish, Nova Scotia MoreLess Info
Located in the Northumberland Shore region, Beaver Mountain Provincial Park has over 6-km of paved walkways to more challenging trails. The area is great for picnickers, wildlife viewing, snow-shoeing and cross country skiing.